The Brooklyn Law School Alumni Mentor Program, which is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year, pairs alumni with students who are particularly interested in their mentors' field of practice, offering an invaluable opportunity to complement and enhance the students' law school experience.
This year the program matched over 120 students with lawyers practicing in a broad range of areas including antitrust, bankrupcty, corporate, entertainment, immigration, intellectual property, litigation, taxation, human rights, real estate, family law, criminal prosecution and criminal defense. Alumni participants not only offer their mentees career advice on a variety of topics but also include them at various work related activities and local networking events for the bar.
In October, mentors were introduced to their mentees at a reception hosted by Michael Grohman '83 and Fred Cohen '67 at the offices of Duane Morris LLP. View photos from the Mentor Reception.
If you are interested in participating in the mentor program next year please contact Susan Bainnson at (718) 780-7578.