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Mentoring II:
Best Practices in Building Sustainable Mentoring Programs and the Future Role of Mentoring in the Legal Profession

April 8-10, 2010

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The Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism sponsored the second major national conference on lawyer mentoring April 8-10, 2010. The conference theme was Mentoring II: Best Practices in Building Sustainable Mentoring Programs and the Future Role of Mentoring in the Legal Profession.

Topics addressed the recruiting and training of mentors, what can be learned from law firm mentoring programs, assessment, working with the millennial generation, and integrating mentoring into the lawyer professional development continuum. Representatives of state and local professionalism commissions, national professionalism organizations, judiciary, law firms and state bars from around the country joined legal academics at the conference.

Co-sponsors for the conference were the American Inns of Court, the ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism, and the South Carolina Chief Justice’s Commission on the Profession.


SPONSORED BY

The Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
Center on Professionalism
University of South Carolina
School of Law
Columbia, South Carolina

CO-SPONSORED BY

The American Inns of Court

The South Carolina Chief Justice's Commission on the Profession

ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism