The way you do your resume can make you get that chance to join a law school or lose it. Our law school resume services are tailored to meet our client’s requirements. Our resume checklist include: heading, education, experience, community activities and volunteer work. These are the main things we check for when doing a law school resume. We cover everything you’ve done under five headings; education; honours; activities; employment and last but not least, skills. All this we squeeze it in one page. You don’t need to be wordy.
We make sure we highlight financial self reliance, language proficiencies, exposure to different cultures, community service activities, professional responsibilities, and only those hobbies which require dedication or commitment. Hobbies that are not adding any value to your resume, we omit them. To make your resume to give you a chance to be selected, we make sure we only include significant activities. You don’t have to bore the law school recruiter with story telling of how you did attend so many meetings and recruitments. We are short and clear to the important points.
Law school resume objectives
A resume is the most overlooked opportunity within the application package. The main objective of your resume is to sale you to get that chance at a law school. It is to attract the recruiter at the school to recruit you. We write it in a one sentence description of what you want to study at the law school. It is what will bring the chance onto the table. Read this: “To secure an entry level position as a paralegal in a real estate law firm”. Such a statement will tell the recruitment committee what you really want to be – a paralegal officer.
Law school resume format
We design the law resume in such a way that, it is easy to read, short and it has enough white space (has to be printed on a white paper). Without doing so, your resume will be thrown out by the recruiters. They won’t even give it a second glance. A well written resume is will highlight academic work and experience. These are the main things which are relevant to the recruiter and demonstrate your skills, achievements and interests.