For as many applicants as possible, I draft the first part of your Statement completely free of charge to promote my service. More than half of these applicants decide to commission me to finish drafting the entire statement. This is how I support myself and my only child Davy Dylan, laying a little something aside for his future.

LLM Law, UK, Community Sports Leaders Award

March 23, 2012


With developments in information technology and biological sciences confronting the Law with unprecedented challenges, I think that now must be both and exciting and challenging time to study Law. The current world political scene and its effect on the worldwide development of human rights I find particularly interesting and along with ethical dilemmas over issues such as euthanasia, I think that Law would be a fascinating degree to study.

My chosen A-level subjects of History, English and Computing reflect my academic interests, particularly socio-linguistics and political history. Studying Business at AS Level improved my knowledge of organisations and the Business World. I am capable with computers and learned the fundamentals of programming myself, allowing me to further develop this ability at college in computing lessons. I enjoy original writing and creative work and in studying History I have been able to further develop my analytical skills and ability to form cogent arguments to support different viewpoints.

I am a keen sportsman, with my favourite sports being tennis, rugby and athletics. I play tennis at least once a week in the winter and almost everyday in the summer, belonging to two teams: my local village and my local town. I enjoy tennis squad training in which there is an emphasis on technique and style and have attended squad training for six years. I much prefer to play well and lose than to win whilst playing badly, because I get more enjoyment from pulling off a successful and well-executed shot than I do from looking at a statistic on a sheet.

In 2001 I undertook a work experience placement at a local Solicitor's firm which gave me some insight into some of the more ordinary and routine aspects to the Law and the work of a solicitor. I sat in on client consultations, had a go at drafting legal documents and visited both County and Magistrates courts.

Another example of paid work experience I have undertaken is with the National Trust's Accounts Department in Cornwall where I worked on a contract to help centralise the accounts on the computers at the National Trust's Head Office in Swindon.

I have a sense of social obligation, illustrated by my role in the organisation of a health conference for my year group which aimed to inform students on drugs, contraception and independent living; along with developing awareness of the law regarding sexual offences and encouraging empathy towards victims. I was involved in the eight-month planning process: discussing with various professionals what we would like to see covered in the workshops; writing questionnaires to get student input; producing posters to advertise it, and also helping to ensure that things ran smoothly on the day. I also participated in a paired-reading scheme in which I helped a younger student with reading difficulties to improve his reading age and ability, while I also put in many hours helping to run and umpire younger students' tennis matches in undertaking a. My involvement in these things developed my organisational and communication skills while I also felt some pride in the fact that I had done something really worthwhile.

I believe that I am an adaptable, articulate and well-rounded student with the necessary drive and application to thrive both academically and socially within a university environment.

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