It’s bound to happen. Someone is going to ask you to be a mentor. Be it your alma mater, a bar association, another attorney, or an aspiring lawyer, you will be asked to devote your time and expertise to guide the development of another person. The thought of playing even a small role in developing someone’s career—especially because you are a relative neophyte in the profession yourself—may seem a bit overwhelming, but there are a few things you can do to ensure success should you accept the call to mentorship (and you should!).
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