Program guidelines are simple and requirements minimal. Mentors and mentees are matched based on common professional interests and factors such as practice preference and geographic region. Pairs are asked to have at least three contacts during the academic year, although mentors and mentees may agree to have more. Often, mentoring relationships continue beyond the student's law school career.
As a mentor, you can share advice on topics including success in law school, areas of legal practice, ethical issues, and the role of lawyers and judges in the profession. We offer helpful tips to guide you in getting started and in planning activities with your mentee.
The program provides an excellent opportunity to help shape the future of the profession, strengthen the law school network, and make a positive difference in the development of a future colleague.
The mentoring program is coordinated by Widener Law’s Career Development Office. If you have any questions about the program or want to sign up, please contact us.