February 2012 • Vol. 32 No. 2 | An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

Mentors Needed to Donate a Small Amount of Time to a New Admittee

Calling all LACBA members: Due to the tremendous success of the New Admittee Mentor Program last year—with more than 400 new admittees receiving a mentor—LACBA once again will run its mentor program this spring. Whether you are an attorney or judge, can you donate two hours of your time to mentor a new admittee?

As these new attorneys enter the legal field, providing them with access to experienced members of the Los Angeles legal community is just another privilege of becoming a LACBA member.

LACBA will celebrate all new members and all attorneys newly admitted to the State Bar of California at our annual reception on March 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. New admittees will apply for mentors that evening based on their practice area interests. However, you do not have to be present at the event to donate a mentoring experience. Mentors will not be announced at the event but in the week following the event. 

Some ideas for mentor time include:

Round of golf
Tour of your firm and career advice
Shadow me for a day in court
Social events such as baseball or basketball games
Practice area advice
Job location assistance

Thank you to our members who have already volunteered their time!

If you are interested in participating this year, please contact Lisa Pandolfini, LACBA Marketing Director, before March 19 at (213) 896-6450 or lpandolfini@lacba.org.

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