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The Artist Behind the Artist
Michelle Fabio, Esq. is a professional writer and editor, law school survivor, attorney, and former About.com Guide to Law School ready to help you turn your personal statement into a work of art.
She offers her keen editing eye for grammar, punctuation, word choice, and other technical issues, but more importantly, she’ll steer you in the right direction on the theme, structure, and presentation law school adcomms are looking for.
The Art of the Law School Personal Statement is a 90-page guide to writing a successful law school personal statement.
Michelle has helped hundreds of aspiring students prepare personal statements through both About.com and Personal Statement Artist; you’ll find all her best advice in this handy volume.
Review & Editing Services
√ Brainstorm ideas that will grab the adcomm’s attention in a good way;
√ Pinpoint and highlight your strongest “law school qualities”;
√ Refine your existing draft so that it is the best reflection of you;
√ Ensure your personal statement is engaging, flawless, and fabulous;
√ Show the adcomm they’d be fools not to welcome you as a 1L.
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“Thank you for making my essays much more lean and smooth to read. Most importantly, your advice of what materials to include or leave out is exactly what I needed. THANK YOU!”
“What excellent advice and suggestions! I was able to make my application solid because of Michelle’s insights and coaching. She turned my essays from so-so to extraordinary. I would recommend her services to all prospective law school applicants.”
“Michelle did a fantastic job on my personal statement. It started out an unorganized mess, but Michelle gave it direction and turned it into an organized effective personal statement. Her edits were tailored to my particular needs, always with elegance and style. In the end, I wound up with an awesome personal statement. Thanks Michelle!”
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