Many alumni wonder how, other than financially, they can give back to the law school. Becoming a mentor is an excellent way to make a contribution to the university and to the law school.
As a mentor, in addition to helping current students avoid some of the pitfalls and perils commonly faced by new lawyers, you stay connected to the Law School and develop a chain of contact with students and alumni that can be both personally and professionally rewarding. Please make a gift of your time and experience by completing the volunteer form and submitting it to our office. We will contact you to verify that all of the information on your alumni record is current and correct. We look forward to including you in the LawLink Network.
By becoming a mentor, you are indicating your willingness to help current students and other alumni by offering help in areas such as:
Volunteers are not expected to provide jobs.