Mentoring

Volunteers Needed for TBA’s Mentoring Program

The TBA’s Mentoring Program is seeking volunteers willing to mentor newly-licensed attorneys who are interested in the bankruptcy practice area. There is a current need for mentors in Cleveland and Nashville, but volunteers from across the state are welcome to sign up. This is a flexible program designed by the mentor and mentee based on their schedules and availabilities. To become a mentor, fill out this application or contact Kate Prince, 615-277-3202. 

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Call for Mentors

Tennessee elder law attorneys:
 
From time to time, we have new attorneys that would like to begin their legal careers in elder law. The Elder Law Section would like to assist these individuals in learning the practice of elder law in Tennessee by encouraging its members to become mentors through the Tennessee Bar Association’s Mentoring Program. Most of us have enjoyed someone helping us with this in the past as we learned the ins and outs of this challenging area. Becoming a mentor helps to address certain obstacles while fostering mutually beneficial relationships and reducing the isolation experienced by some beginning lawyers, to generally benefit the legal profession as a whole.  
 
If you are interested, you can sign up to become a mentor here or apply to become a mentee here.
 
Section Chair
TBA Elder Law Section
 
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