We need mentors and mentees! Please contact us if you’re interested.
Mentors must be barred lawyers with more than five years of experience.
You get to decide how much and how often you want to mentor your mentees.
Mentors benefit professionally and personally from helping to train younger lawyers (ABA study).
Mentorship also provides firms and legal hiring organizations with another point of access to law students and newly admitted attorneys for recruiting efforts.
Our trainings and events will provide a marketing platform for mentors.
Plus, giving back to your profession is just the right thing to do.
All current law students and young lawyers are eligible for free mentorship on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, we will never turn away diverse or first-generation lawyer mentees.
All we ask is that you treat your mentors with respect and be on time to scheduled mentor meetings.
“I learned a lot from their experience. When I got a job interview, I reached out again to [one of my mentors] and she provided lots of insightful guidance for me. Thank you so much for matching these two wonderful mentors with me. I will stay in touch and keep working with both of them!”
— Brooklyn Law School Student
“I don’t think I would have gotten this job without my mentors. Being able to chat with them about how to approach my interview, and the in-office visit the firm [invited] me down for, really helped me develop a solid plan of action that served me well.”
“I am from a small town in Argentina. Second person in my family with a college degree... What you do with the mentorship is extraordinary because I used all of your recommendations, and that got me the job... I will always remember your gesture.”
To become a mentor, get mentorship, or if you have any queries at all, please don't hesitate to get in touch.