Nebraska Law Mentor Program - Mentor Application

Purpose
Create supportive student/alumni relationships focused on maximizing the Nebraska Law experience, professional and career goal-setting, and developing a professional network for the student.

Program Highlights
  • Linking relationships between two professionals who share a tie to Nebraska Law with learning and professional development as the purpose;
  • Program is for the nine month duration of the academic year;
  • Mentoring relationships will be fostered by the two individuals but programming support will be provided by the College of Law;
  • Mentors do not have to be local or even alumni. We welcome mentors from across the state and the country. 
Expectations

Communicate once monthly during the nine month period of the program at mutually agreed upon times and in a manner that works for both mentor and mentee. These communications can take place in person, via phone, or via email. It would be ideal for mentor and mentee to meet in person at least once, but that is not a strict requirement of the program. 

Mentor status:
Race/Ethnicity
Other Characteristics
Were you married while attending law school?
Did you have children while in law school?
Level of Professional Work Experience
Current Area(s) of Practice
In which of the following settings have you worked?
Are you a member in good standing with your state bar association?
Are you willing to mentor more than one student?