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Two minds are better than one. We say it all the time. We regularly seek ideas and comments from a group of individuaal as we make difficult decisions. But, when it comes to mentoring, we consistently depart from our wise habit. Instead of engaging in peer-group mentoring—where multiple menteee are involved mentoring each other with the guidance of another—most law firms simply pair a senior attorney with a junior attorney and tell the senior attorney to go mentor one on one. As a result, the...

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