Become a mentor for a law student
Under this initiative, ADLS invites Newly Suited lawyers with up to 5 years of Post Qualification Experience (PQE), to consider becoming a mentor to a law student in their final year of study. The purpose is to help the student develop a relationship with a contact in the profession, who could provide valuable support and guidance. A simple catch-up over coffee can prove significant as students face critical choices that may influence the rest of their legal career. Mentoring evenings are held across New Zealand every year.
If you are interested in becoming a lawyer mentor, please email your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your location, we will confirm details on the next mentoring evening in your area.