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Applications Due Dec. 18: MBLA Mentorship Program Relaunched

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The Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association has relaunched its Mentorship Program — the deadline for application is December 18, 2020.

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The MBLA‘s mentorship program offers 1-on-1 mentoring between a Black law student and Black attorney. Mentoring pairs meet quarterly to address:

  • Navigating law school
  • Expanding professional network
  • Transitioning from law school to practice

Law students can register here.

Attorneys can register here.

 

CATEGORIES: Career Planning & Transition | Lawyer's Quality of Life | Leadership
TAGS: mentorship | networking | new lawyers

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