Thank you for your interest in volunteering as a Mentor in the 2021-2022 LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program.*

Your personal involvement is what makes this program invaluable for future, up-and-coming attorneys from diverse backgrounds. Your talent, dedication, and perspective will have a powerful effect on the Mentee with whom you will be working.

To be a Mentor, you must be an attorney at an LCLD Member organization (see eligible law firms and corporations), or an LCLD Alumnus. Attorneys of any experience level are welcome to volunteer as Mentors. 

To complete your registration, fill out the form below and click "Sign Up" at the bottom by the extended deadline of December 15, 2021. LCLD staff will begin matching Mentors with Menteees in September via e-mail notification. We encourage you to register as soon as possible to expedite your matching process and capitalize on the time available for the mentorship.  

We would also appreciate any input from you as you participate in the program. Please e-mail Nancy Richardson with any comments, questions, or suggestions. And thanks again for volunteering!

NOTE: Due to ongoing updates from the CDC on social distancing guidelines related to COVID-19, meetings and events will be held virtually.


*If you are an LCLD program participant or alumnus who is no longer employed by an LCLD Member organization, and you would like to become a Mentor, please contact Nancy Richardson. We also welcome you to learn more about how your organization can become an LCLD Member by clicking here.


New Mentor-Mentee Matching Options

You now have the option to sign up in either the local city/regional model or the online virtual model. In the city/regional session, you will be matched with a Mentee within your local region. In the virtual session, you will be matched with a Mentee anywhere nationwide. 

Regional or Virtual Session*

Select a city in which to be matched with a Mentee, or select the “Virtual” option if you would like to be matched with a Mentee located anywhere in the U.S.

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