Many law schools give you the opportunity to share how you will lend a diverse perspective to the incoming class through something called a “diversity statement.” This is pretty open-ended, and often people come to me with questions about whether their parents being immigrants, or their religious background, or race qualify them as diverse.
I help people approach the diversity statement in a way that bolsters – rather than overlaps with – the personal statement. Purchase this course to learn more.
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