February 01, 2021 Feature

Be the Mentor You Wish You’d Had

Robert R. Rose III
There are few things more dreary than listening to someone pontificate about how much better and more meaningful the practice was “in my day . . . ”

There are few things more dreary than listening to someone pontificate about how much better and more meaningful the practice was “in my day . . . ”

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Recently my son Ben, a 2018 graduate of the University of Wyoming College of Law, sent me an article written by William F. Downes, a retired federal court judge, urging Wyoming lawyers to mentor new, inexperienced lawyers in the profession. It’s a message that bears repeating.

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