» Academic Fellows

Academic Fellows are upper-level students with strong academic records and grades of 3.5 or above in each class for which they serve as an Academic Fellow. Academic Fellows are assigned to all of the doctrinal courses taken during the first year of law study, as well as Constitutional Law, Evidence, Federal Income Tax, and Corporations.

Academic Fellows hold weekly office hours. Generally, this time is used to respond to student questions. Each Academic Fellow also meets with a small study group each week. The primary goal of the small study groups is to help students develop study strategies and exam taking skills.

All office hours and small groups are open to all students (space permitting).

Students are encouraged to attend their Academic Fellow's office hours or to contact Professor Sadeghi for more information.

Serving as an Academic Fellow will allow you to:

  • work closely with a doctrinal professor 
  • review material tested on the bar exam 
  • enhance your resume
  • give back to the law school by helping others succeed

Fill out an application form or contact Professor Sadeghi for more information.

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