MentorLink Mixer: Transitioning into a New Practice Area

Event Details

MentorLink Mixer: Transitioning into a New Practice Area

Time: June 12, 2017 from 8am to 9:30am
Location: WSBA Offices
Street: 1325 Fourth Ave., Suite 600
City/Town: Seattle
Event Type: mixer
Organized By: WSBA
Latest Activity: May 22, 2017

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

MentorLink Mixer: Transitioning Into a New Practice Area

WSBA Mentorship brings together a diverse mix of experienced attorneys to support each other in the interest of thriving in the legal profession. This MentorLink Mixer is an opportunity for attorneys to gain insight into new practice areas. New, mid-career, and experienced attorneys will have the opportunity to participate as mentors or mentees in order to share knowledge about their practice area, while also learning about new practice areas.

To learn more or if you have any questions, email us at MentorLink@wsba.org

Comment Wall

Comment

RSVP for MentorLink Mixer: Transitioning into a New Practice Area to add comments!

Join WSBA Alternative Dispute Resolution

Attending (1)

Welcome

Welcome to our community of ADR professionals: mediators, arbitrators, and lawyers representing and advising clients.  We are active in the growth and development of ADR in Washington as well as the education of members of the bar and the public.

Latest Activity

Joanna Roth replied to Joanna Roth's discussion 'AO 2223 re-draft and comment period'
11 hours ago
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @OmbudsJournal: 🎉 #JIOA is #openaccess for 1 year! 🎉 The IOA Board is piloting an open access model for the Journal’s publications. Sho…
TwitterJan 9 · Reply · Retweet
Profile Icon via Twitter
RT @kcbaadr: Join us Thursday at noon for our January Brownbag. @AidanKey will discuss “Honoring Identity: Understanding Gender Diversity.”…
TwitterJan 8 · Reply · Retweet
Paul W. McVicker added a discussion to the group Legislative Committee
Jan 7

© 2019   Created by WSBA ADR.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service