Mentoring relationships are critical to the practice of law.Mentors can provide context for decision-making through an experienced lens that newer attorneys lack. Mentors can also offer alternative perspectives and ideas on how to meet career challenges. Whether the mentor is a veteran of the courtroom, a Millennial plugged in to societal change or an attorney bringing knowledge of a previous career or industry, everyone has value. The trick today is how to build skills, offer advice and add value in a virtual environment without losing the personal connections that make mentoring rewarding for everyone involved.
- Section I: The Meaning of Mentoring
- Section II: Impact of Society
- Section III: Lessons from the Pandemic
- Section IV: Challenges and Changes
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- Members and Alumni: $30
- Non-members: $45