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Below is a listing of some of the offerings through Academic Advising:Academic Excellence PanelsThese Q&A-style panels are offered during the Fall Semester and are designed to allow first-year students to hear advice from upper-level students on various topics, such as reading and briefing cases, taking notes in class, synthesizing and outlining, and exam preparation.Peer Academic AdvisorsA select group of upper-level students serve as Peer Academic Advisors and they hold office hours throughout the week for students to drop in and ask questions and advice about any aspect of their legal studies.Bar Strategy MeetingsMembers of the Office of Student Life meet individually with each 3L student to tailor a plan for applying and studying for a bar examination. 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