Mentors from the Flinders Law School Practitioner Mentoring Scheme have met with law students at Flinders University’s Victoria Square building in Adelaide this month.
The mentors, from many of Adelaide’s most prestigious law firms, have been providing students with links to the local legal profession and advice on a range of issues faced by legal professionals.
Lucy Evans, Deputy Director of Professional Programs at Flinders University’s Law School, said that many had put significant effort into providing tours, meetings with senior partners, offering placements and providing contact with practitioners in the students’ areas of interest.
“Without such engagement, establishing this scheme would not have been possible,” Ms Evans said.
“This event was a great opportunity to say thank you to all of our mentors and their firms, who have provided incredible support with great enthusiasm.”
Ms Evans praised the ongoing collaboration between the legal profession, Flinders Law School the University’s Career and Employer Liaison Centre for making the mentoring scheme such a success.
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