When applying for further education courses or professional qualifications you will inevitably be asked the reasons why you want to study law. In response you need to give structured and convincing answers. This can be a little daunting if you have not considered it before and it is easy to feel confused. If you write something vague it will be unconvincing and it is likely that you will be turned down.
Some people give the answer that they think the recipient will expect and often embellish it with experiences and attitudes that do not always ring true. It may be tempting to say that you have always been interested in Law and you have read the Law Society Gazette avidly as a child. Honesty is the best policy and being authentic with your replies will be met with more interest than overzealous enthusiasm which borders on fabrication.
I can help you structure and complete your Personal Statements or any application pertaining to your future in Law.