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The Canadian Bar Association BC Branch, in partnership with the Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia, Thompson Rivers University and University of Victoria law faculties, coordinates an ongoing Student Mentorship program. This program is designed to match law students with lawyers willing to share their experience and insight into the practice of law. The Mentorship program is an excellent opportunity for law students to gain an inside perspective on the legal profession. Mentors are encouraged to interact with their students in whatever way works best for the pair, including discussing files, observing court appearances or talking about life in the legal profession.
Questions regarding the Student Mentorship programs can be directed to each law school’s CBABC student representative.
Thompson Rivers University, Faculty of Law
University of Victoria, Faculty of Law
Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia
The 2019/2020 program is now taking applications for mentors and mentees.
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