Firstly a student needs to be motivated towards writing a law school essay. A student having a passion towards studying law is one to easily achieve this challenge. Generally an admission committee will comprise of professors, admissions officer and in some cases, alumni students and the essay need to be written to suit this audience. Writing on facts such the capability of accepting responsibilities of ones self, the commitment to serve the family and community or unique but well justified perspectives of justice and other social values will be able to attract credit. A self confident and mature tone with a strong personality and enthusiasm coming through it would be the ideal style of writing. This should be written in the first-person 'I' while trying to establish that he or she is among the best and the brightest. After all, the aim is to persuade so this is a persuasive essay.
A remarkable introduction is of vital importance. It is an opportunity to create a positive first impression. Exceptional personal statements use several types of evidence such as logos, pathos, ethos and mythos. A logical progression in the law school essay is an indication of a good structure. A strong conclusion is the final key note and needs to be played perfectly.