Law Personal Statement & Admissions Advice

Law Personal Statement & Admissions Advice

Most students applying to study law have very limited knowledge about the field, making it difficult for them to write a personal statement and justify their motivations to study the subject. After all, pre-university law courses are uncommon and not adopted by most schools teaching A-Level and IB. Rest assured, you can ask us a free question about studying law or working in the legal sector, and we will be able to help. If you haven’t already, also compare law entry requirements for top universities if you plan to apply.

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Edward is currently an LLM candidate at The London School of Economics and Political Science (specialisation in Criminology and Criminal Justice). Academically, he graduated with an LLB (specialisation in Commercial, Corporate and Financial Law) and PCLL (the Hong Kong-equivalent of LPC/BPTC) from The University of Hong Kong. He is also a CEDR Accredited Mediator, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and an Associate of the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators.

In terms of extracurricular activities, Edward has participated in various moots and was awarded multiple awards and recognitions (locally and internationally). he has an extensive experience in applying for internships as he has worked at more than a dozen internships and mini-pupillages in international law firms and barrister chambers (both Hong Kong and UK).


We will answer your question by email and send you relevant information about applying to your degree.

Edward is happy to advise on both undergraduate and postgraduate university applications. Here are some of his outstanding mooting achievements.

How We Add Value

Here are the specific areas which we can offer help with:

In this initial step, our advisors will first provide crucial information for the candidate to further explore and decide on the field they wish to study. After thorough research and analysing the pros and cons of studying your preferred degree, we will move on to strategically choosing 5 university courses together to apply through the UCAS admissions process. The course choice should depend on 1. the student's subject combinations and academic profile 2. the student's interests (he/she may opt for a dual subject or degree) 3. If he/she may apply to other universities overseas. Hence, we personalise our advice for each student individually.
After identifying the preferred subject choice, we would then encourage the student to participate in key activities that demonstrate their interest in field of study. This is a very important step in increasing their chances of receiving an offer. The type of activity which the student should participate in depends on extra-curricular activities provided by his/her school, potential summer/part-time work experiences, and other opportunities that may be provided by our advisor with a separate fee.
When the student has finished participating in his/her planned activities, he/she would be ready to include it in his/her personal statement. Of course, there are a few elements that the student should include to avoid being rejected, which varies for different subjects. Another important step is to ensure his/her personal statement stands out, especially if he/she is applying to top universities. We will provide advice and guidance on what to include and how to differentiate themselves from the rest of the crowd.
Once the student receives most of his/her offers, he/she will need to confirm a course as his/her first choice and another course as his secondary (insurance) choice. This can sometimes be tricky if the conditional grades required between universities are similar. At this stage, it is also the time to narrow down and make the best choice on where the student wishes to spend 3 years of their life at.
Finally, once offers are confirmed, we also provide further advice on how the student can get a head start on their subject and to maximise their study experience at their university. Having a right and positive peer group is especially important, as well as grasping key opportunities during university to ensure they have a solid chance of getting onto the right career track. This may involve applying to summer internships or studying key qualifications.


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UCAS University Applicant

“Just spending time with him (Qurious Education advisor) on the phone i learnt so much and he gave me huge tips on how to stand out on my personal statement which i don’t believe i was able to obtain anywhere else…”

UCAS University Applicant

“My first session with Qurious Education was informative and very useful! I recommend it to anyone who needs support with UCAS personal statements and just University advice in general.”

Postgraduate University Applicant

“I think it is difficult to say why Qurious Education is excellent in a few words. The cooperation was great all the time. I have certainly received a lot of help with the application process and essays for London Business School (which I received the admission offer from!). No matter how many times I asked about the same thing or how trivial the question might have seemed, I knew I always could count on advice and answer.

I’m very thankful for such a great support! I believe the service is invaluable!”

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