How to Be a Good Mentee

Darryl A. Wilson
A mentee should be a sponge eager to soak up knowledge from a mentor’s war stories and advice.

A mentee should be a sponge eager to soak up knowledge from a mentor’s war stories and advice.

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“Congratulations, and welcome to the Bar!” After graduating law school, passing the bar exam, and landing a job, a young lawyer may think that he can conquer anything on his own, right? It may be possible, but with some guidance along the way, it is much more likely. Below are some tips for new lawyers on how to foster fruitful mentor-mentee relationships by being someone who listens, is open-minded, and welcomes feedback.

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