All students need to find mentors to succeed, but for those without an established network, it is crucial.
Navigating new territory is often confusing and stressful, especially when you’re doing it alone. But in the law, entering the profession doesn’t have to be so daunting for students and new junior associates with a mentor — someone who is more experienced in the field, who can share advice and wisdom with a protégé.
At first, Ria Guidone was floored when she was told to ‘seduce the court,’ but it helped open up a conversation about women in the profession.
Law schools must focus on attributes, not just skills, for a new generation to thrive in tumultuous times.
Automation is poised to shake up the legal industry. How can students prepare for a shifting career landscape?