Finally, the last section of a law essay should be a conclusion. If the introduction and the body of the essay are correct with the requisite legal analysis and having answered the question, a proper conclusion may only be the “cherry on the cake”. As such, in a conclusion, the author would wrap up the points that he has made in the body and put a generalised answer to the question. It is worth noting that the writer should not introduce any new information in a conclusion but it should rather be a summarising and a re-packaging exercise.
Not just humor, but the overall tone of your application essay is remarkably important. It's also difficult to get right. When you are asked to write about your accomplishments, those 750 words on how great you are can make you sound like a braggart. Be careful to balance your pride in your achievements with humility and generosity towards others. You also want to avoid sounding like a whiner -- use your essay to show off your skills, not to explain the injustices that lead to your low math score or failure to graduate #1 in your class.