Photograph: Alumna meeting with student.

Mentor Program

The Washburn University School of Law Mentor Program is designed to give first-year students a connection to the community and a resource for discussing issues related to law school and the legal profession. The program also provides an excellent opportunity for area alumni to re-connect with the School of Law and interact with students at a level they prefer. Mentors are asked to make at least one substantive contact with an assigned student. Of course, it is perfectly appropriate and we encourage you to invite your assigned student to lunch, for an office visit, to accompany you to court and/or to participate in other pertinent learning experiences.

The program is a success because area alumni and friends of the school volunteer to mentor first-year students.

To participate in the Mentor Program,

Mentor Program Contacts

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