Contact Us   |   Print Page   |   Sign In
Community Search

 

Find a Mentor

The Find a Mentor program is designed to connect experienced attorneys with new attorneys who are pursuing advice with substantive law questions and looking for guidance in balancing the personal and professional demands of the practice of law. The mentor attorneys have agreed to make themselves available to newly licensed Kentucky attorneys to provide advice and guidance regarding the practice of law in Kentucky when requested. Such advice and guidance regarding practicing law in Kentucky may be in the form of telephonic communications, email, in person meetings, shadowing to court, etc. The mentors have volunteered to serve as advisors for newly admitted Kentucky attorneys to the best of their knowledge and ability and can in no way be held liable or accountable for advice and guidance given in this capacity.

How does the Find a Mentor program work?

Attorneys, with five or more years of practice experience, sign up to become mentors. The experienced attorney's name and information will be added to the list of mentors made available. New attorneys looking for assistance (mentees) may view the list to locate a mentor. Once found, the mentee may then initiate first contact with the potential mentor. This self-initiated contact from mentees to potential mentors may involve a single issue, or entail a more lasting, formal mentor relationship. The limits of the relationship are determined by the preferences of the participants.

You must be logged in to the website to view the Mentor List. Approval to view and use the lists is limited to new attorneys admitted to practice in Kentucky for five years or less.

 

 

Questions?

Contact our Program & Publications Coordinator
502.564.3795 ext. 226

Membership Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal