Law Student Mentoring
WLALA's Law Student Mentoring Program pairs law student members with lawyer members to encourage and facilitate the development of women law students. Mentors and mentees are matched based on interests and background, where possible. The program is flexible; mentors and mentees choose when and how to stay connected with one another, whether it is through e-mail, telephone chats, in-person meetings, or a combination of the above. Many participants find that the one-on-one mentoring relationship becomes a long-term friendship with mutual benefits.
If enough law students and lawyer members express an interest in a mentoring circle (an informal group composed of lawyers and law students that meets on a periodic basis), mentoring circles may also be organized.
We would love to hear from you, whether you are a lawyer looking for a rewarding and simple way to promote the full participation of women in the legal profession, or a law student interested in finding a mentor.
If you are interested in becoming a Law Student Mentor or Mentee please CLICK HERE, and fill out the form.*
* You must be a WLALA Member to participate in the Law Student Mentoring Program.