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JD International Law and Human Rights, Sample Personal Statement for Admission to Law School

I am in love with traveling which is why I studied abroad on three occasions as an undergraduate student in International Business at Rollins College, graduating in the Spring of last year, 2016. I am now enjoying the marvelous opportunity of earning my Master’s Degree in Paris and I have visited 30 countries in the past three years. The single greatest factor in my preparation for excellent performance in your rigorous JD Program at XXXX University, however, is the fact that I will graduate this coming August, 2017, from the American University of Paris with my MA in Diplomacy and International Law.

I am extremely interested in crimes against humanity and the extent to which we have a responsibility as a global society to protect the most vulnerable inhabitants of the planet from genocide. I read almost constantly about a host of related subjects such as the "war on terror", war crimes, and international affairs more generally speaking. I have conducted research for my professor for her book Human Rights and Digital Technology. I served as her personal research assistant for the fall of 2016 and spring semester of 2017. I am a research fellow for The XXXX Center for the Study of Genocide, Human Rights, and Conflict Prevention.

I was standing right across the street from where the shooting began on the Champs Elysees in Paris this past April. I remember hearing the gunshots and not knowing where they were coming from and then all of a sudden everyone started running. I ran down one of the side streets and went into this shop where we were put in the basement on lockdown. I live extremely close to the Champs Elysees and had to walk home in the middle of the night once we were able to leave, despite the fact that the police believed that there was still an accomplice at large. This experience strengthened my resolve to pursue a professional lifetime helping to fight terror and build respect for human rights.

My ideal job would be to work for the ICC.  I am extremely interested in international arbitration and criminal law. My central professional dream is to work as an arbitrator for major international criminal cases where the State has violated international law, as in the case of Chile under Pinochet. I follow events in the Middle East very closely, especially with respect to human rights violations in Syria, in the hope of someday being in a position to help bring criminal charge against the perpetrators.

My studies have been focused primarily on the many ways in which we are living in a different world today than the world that preceded 911. My personal brush with terrorism in Paris further enhanced my resolve to do all that I can to make the world a safer and more just place to live for all. I hope to make my own professional mark by helping to contribute to the prosecutions of those guilty of crimes against humanity - especially genocide – doing what I can to promote peace and security worldwide.

I am currently participating in a practicum at The Hague and taking courses in the area of International Criminal Law and Criminality with several talented instructors including Alex Whiting, a prosecutor as well as Harvard Professor, Dr. Alexia Solomou, Associate Legal Officer at the ICJ, Dr. Philipp Ambach (Special Assistant to the President of the ICC, Catherine Drummond (Arbitration Lawyer at Freshfields), and Matthew Gillett (Office of the Prosecutor of the ICTY)). Thus, I have been learning a great deal about a variety of aspects of international law as they pertain to the ICC; especially with respect to the technical function of the international criminal justice system. As part of the practicum, I get to visit the ICC complex, have access to the Peace Palace/ICJ, The Kosovo Specialist Chambers, the ICTY, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, and The Special Tribunal for Lebanon. I am also enrolled in Oxford's International Human Rights Law Summer School from July 9-August 5. This program will focus on the theory and practice of human rights law, including an introductory course in the fundamentals of international human rights law, an advanced course in human rights advocacy, and electives that address important contemporary issues in the field. My elective focus will be human rights in the marketplace and I look forward to an especially rigorous study of the relationship between international human rights standards on the one hand, and global trade and investment on the other: corporate governance and competition, international finance, and economic development.

Public service is at the heart of my identity. I began volunteering in high school at a local hospital giving Reiki treatments to cancer patients alongside my grandfather. Like him, I am now a Reiki Master and Teacher. I am also fluent in Spanish and have basic ability in speaking and writing French. I anticipate that both languages will be useful to me in the future in my work protecting human rights in the international arena. I thank you for considering my application to your distinguished JD Program at XXXX University.

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As a married mother of four who works a full time job and will complete my MBA early next year, I have become an expert at time management. My meticulous nature and dedication to the business world led me to complete my undergraduate studies with a major in accounting. My primary interests lie in the area of forensic accounting since I take special delight in the quest to catch white color criminals. As a volunteer, I have distinguished myself in particular with AIMS, the Association for the Improvement of Minorities.

I have a secondary but equally passionate interest in the area of civil rights. This is largely because I am an African-American woman and mother who is concerned with the issues faced by black America. While MLK was certainly one of my heroes, I have never been an activist myself. Nevertheless, especially now as a mother, I think of what it would be like to lose one of my children to racial profiling. I spend a lot of free time studying the Innocence Project and supporting them to the extent to which I am able. I want to move further in this direction. This aspect of my career will be my pro bono contribution, as I hope to earn my living as a tax attorney.

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While my PHD is in the area of Religion, I like to think of myself as more of a historian than a theologian. My focus has always been on moral theory and thinking as it relates to politics and international relations; yet, I have always been aware of how all of this invariably takes place on the foundation of Law. It is our legal system and its enforcement that makes moral thinking, dialogue, and, subsequently progress possible.

For the past 30 years, I have labored to stay current on most of the news coming out of the Developing World, Latin America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East. I have studied world religions and cultures extensively for decades. Fluent in Spanish, I am published in that language in the areas of history and gender studies.

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Why a JD? (Optional Law School Admission Material)

I successfully landed my dream job in the spring of 2006 as one of three Junior Investigators hired with the Federal Department of the Environment, otherwise known as Environment Canada.  10+ years and three levels of government later, I am one of the youngest Senior Investigators in the history of the XXXX Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change. The birth of my son on December 9, 2015, gave me the opportunity to take parental leave and I have been investing most of it in preparation for the LSAT, perhaps the most difficult trail that I have yet had to face. I will take the LSAT this coming December. The time that I have spent preparing speaks volumes about my determination to earn a degree in law.

I seek personal as well as professional growth and my ultimate goal of serving as Crown Counsel for the XXXX Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change will provide me with deep fulfillment and satisfaction on many levels. The preparation for this role that am enjoying is near perfect, making recommendations to the Legal Services Branch of our organizations. I crave the responsibility to make the decisions rather than the recommendations.

The Legal Services Branch is a team of lawyers serving under the Ministry of the Attorney General; they dedicate most of their time to prosecuting the most serious of environmental cases. These cases are critical to efforts at environmental restoration efforts as well as restitution efforts for victims of environmental crimes. Observing our prosecutors in court during trial, I have gained a true appreciation for the intelligence, wit and candour that makes up a good practicing environmental lawyer, one fully committed to protecting human health and the environment.

A law degree from UXXX will provide me with the well-rounded foundation that I need in public interest law, with its diverse course offerings, distinguished faculty including local, practicing lawyers and judges is exactly what I am seeking as I pursue my dream of defending the public good at the highest levels. UXXX’s location is ideal for my family and the support and flexibility of my employer would permit me to attend UXXXX and still provide for my family, continuing my full-time employment with a very flexible schedule.

Ultimately, I’d like to use my 10 + years of work experience in investigating and enforcing Canadian environmental law, prosecuting environmental offences on behalf of the people of the Province of XXXX via the XXXX Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change and its Legal Services Branch. A JD from UXXX is the key to fulfilling that dream.

I know what I want and I know exactly where I want to go, UofT; and I feel that I am uniquely positioned to be both an asset to UofT’s diverse study body and the people of Ontario. I hope to be selected as a member of the class of 2017 and I thank you for considering my application.

Law School Admission Application Statement Help and the Developing World

As a historian of Latin America and someone who has now spent more than a quarter of a century living and working in the Developing World, I take special delight at helping applicants to LLM and JD Programs who are themselves originally from the Developing World and seek ongoing professional education in Law so as to contribute to the political and economic development of their societies of origin.

 Excellent law schools provide a solid foundation of interdisciplinary theories and practices to improve the quality of life for populations in the developing world and I am especially fond of working with the themes of sustainable human development, leading to societies that are environmentally sustainable, economically viable, and socially just.

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