Law School Applicants Improve Essays with Online Classes

Online writing and editing classes can help applicants improve their essays for law school admission.

Mountain View, CA, September 25, 2013 --( When applying to law school, candidates are challenged to present themselves in the best light and argue convincingly for admission in their personal statements, diversity statements, and supplementary application essays. Writing these essays is often a challenge because personal essays are extremely different from traditional research papers. Law school hopefuls may turn to editing services to help rewrite their essays--but this can backfire, since the field of law places high emphasis on ethical behavior. At the least, applicants may be asked to disclose professional editorial assistance in their applications.

To avoid this issue, but still help candidates improve their application essays, Pen and Chisel LLC has developed two online personal statement writing and editing classes: Launch: Personal Statement and Refine: Personal Statement. In these on-demand classes, law school applicants can learn about what makes a personal statement great and apply what they learn independently, creating top-notch application essays. Students who don't know where to start can take advantage of Launch: Personal Statement's writing instruction, while those with drafts in hand can improve the effectiveness of their argument with Refine: Personal Statement's intensive editing advice.

With these new resources, law school hopefuls can learn to write and edit their application essays independently, resulting in stronger arguments for admission.

Pen and Chisel LLC was founded in 2012 to help professional school candidates write the best possible application essays. The company offers a range of writing and editing resources to help law school applicants present themselves well to the admissions committees at their choice of law school.

For more information, please contact Eileen Conner at
Pen and Chisel LLC
Eileen Conner
650 204 0813