The SJC Committee is planning to launch a statewide mentorship program for new lawyers within their first 10 years of practice. This program is different from other programs, as it allows mentees to browse through the registered mentors, and select and meet with multiple members, thus providing exposure to a variety of perspectives. Importantly, this program is NOT intended to supplant or step on the toes of any existing mentoring programs, including those administered directly by the bar associations. Instead, this is meant to be a supplement where young attorneys can browse through the set of all registered mentors to find a variety of mentors and make a number of connections.
The Committee is currently seeking both mentors and mentees interested in this program. Mentors must have over 10 years of practice experience, and mentees should have fewer than 10 years of experience.