• MAA Mentorship Program

    Description:

    The MAA is pleased to announce the launch of the 2020-2021 MAA Mentorship Programme.

    The MAA Mentorship Programme offers law students and young professionals an opportunity to receive guidance and support from an experienced legal professional as they begin to develop their careers.

    The 2020-2021 Mentorship Programme is scheduled to take place from September 1, 2020 – May 31, 2021.

    Eligibility:

    All programme participants must be members of the MAA. If you are not yet a member of MAA, please sign up here first. All MAA members are encouraged to apply. As explained on the MAA website, paid MAA members will receive priority with their applications.

    Mentors

    Mentors will ideally have at least 5 years of professional and/or post-graduate academic experience. Mentors will have excellent communication skills, the time to commit themselves to at least three one-on-one (virtual) meetings with their mentee and a desire to contribute to the growth and development of future young legal professionals.

    Mentees

    Mentees should be law students, recent graduates of a degree in law or young professionals with less than 5 years of post-qualified experience. Mentees should have an interest in seeking guidance and support in their professional development, including networking, writing opportunities and shaping career goals.

    Application Process

    Interested applicants should complete the relevant application form below and include a motivation letter and their CV by August 15, 2020. For more information, please refer to the attached Mentorship Programme Guidelines.

    Mentee Application Form

    Mentor Application Form

    We encourage all interested MAA members to apply! Successful applicants will be notified and connected with their respective mentors/mentees by August 31, 2020.

    Please contact [email protected] with any questions regarding the Mentorship Programme.

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