Help mold better attorneys.
by Bar Bulletin staff
Do you have someone in your life who made a positive impact on your legal career?
Do you enjoy providing advice to students that you wish you had known in law school?
Do you have valuable insight into the legal profession?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, you are qualified to be a legal mentor to a student or young attorney in the 4th Judicial Circuit.
The Professionalism and Mentoring Committee is seeking mentors to guide students and young attorneys to think critically about law-related issues, present themselves in a professional environment, work collaboratively, be more engaged in the legal profession and ultimately, become better attorneys.
If you are interested, contact committee Chair, Duval County Judge Gary Flower ([email protected]) for more information.
Stay tuned for upcoming mentorship opportunities, including an event June 21 at this summer’s Noon in June program.