Law school personal statement consulting

The Reality of Applying To Law School


Most applicants have the academic ability to do law school work. There are many instances in which the quality of your Law School Personal Statement will make the difference between acceptance of rejection. Applying to law school is competitive. In many cases, the difference between acceptance and rejection is the difference between a strong and weak personal statement. This is complicated by the fact that different personal statements are required for different law schools.

Personalized “Personal Statement Help”

During the upcoming application season, John Richardson and the Richardson Prep Centre will assist a limited number of clients on their personal statements and law school applications. The objective is to help YOU market YOURSELF effectively to the law school(s) of your choice. In the past we have found that applicants benefit from approximately four hours of intensive and personalized counseling.

John Richardson – UWO

We will NOT write your personal statement. But, we will help YOU  develop the best law school application and personal statement that you can.

For most people we offer a program that is approximately six hours – Cost approximately $1500.

If you are interested in putting more than 30 years of pre-law counseling experience to work for you, then …

1. Do not leave this too late. Most law school applicants underestimate the time required to apply to law school.

2. You can meet John by attending his Law School Personal Statement Workshop.  (This workshop is free to Richardson LSAT students. Others may attend by paying a fee.)

3. We are able to work with in person,  by telephone, Skype, email, etc. Therefore we are happy to work with people from any geographical location.

4. John Richardson’s Law School Bound is available at and many Canadian University bookstores.

5. If you are interested in personalized assistance, please use this contact form:

In closing …

“Your acceptance to law school is not a matter of luck. The road to law school is paved with the bricks of hard work and discipline. Stay on the road and acceptance to law school will be yours!”

John Richardson, B.A., LL.B., J.D.


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