More Lawyers Want Mentors; They Should Consider Being a Mentor First

By Cheryl Rich Heisler
Young professional mentors an elder one.

Young professional mentors an elder one.

Most often the idea of mentoring brings about the vision of an established attorney imbibing their wisdom on young eager attorneys who enjoy watching their career unfold. But in reality, mentoring comes in many forms and can occur at any stage in your career. Mentoring relationships work best when they occur organically. In fact, ABA Career Center Board member, Cheryl Rich Heisler, argues that being a mentor first is what will help you develop and grow mentoring relationships in the future.

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