Participate in the USLAC – Mentorship Program

The U.S. Lawyers Practicing Abroad Committee is actively supporting the ABA Section of International Law in establishing a Mentorship Program. USLAC is spearheading a part of the program dedicated to placing U.S. lawyers and students who have an interest in practicing abroad in contact with mentors who are practicing or have practiced in the jurisdictions of interest. As members of the USLAC, they bring a unique perspective and can offer practical insight into living and working outside of the United States – insight which might be invaluable to someone first embarking on an expatriate career.

Sound interesting?  If you are practicing, or have practiced, outside of the United States, and have an interest in serving as a mentor, please contact Christine Castellano, incoming Vice-Chair of the Committee.  The time commitment is minimal, generally a phone call or two, and perhaps, a chance for mentors and mentees to meet in person if you are planning to attend any of the upcoming Section meetings.