We are Stronger, Smarter & More Successful Together
Whether you're a newer member looking for advice, an experienced member hoping to give back to your profession, or a mid-career member contemplating a job change, AALL's Mentor Program is a valuable resource.
AALL's Mentor Program provides:
- Newer members: an informal, personal source of valuable insight and advice on charting your career path as a law librarian
- Experienced members: an avenue to lend your knowledge and experience to promising new members of the profession and strengthen the future of law librarianship
- Mid-career members: a network for law librarians who are contemplating a move to another type of library or taking on a new job responsibility
How Do I Get Connected?
No AI Here!
AALL staff personally matches mentors and mentors using your preferred criteria. We then facilitate introductions and offer suggestions to help you build mutually beneficial relationships. Simply fill out the form to get started.
"Eight Essential Rules for First Time Mentors" / Fast Company
"4 Things All Mentors and Mentees Should Know" / Lean In
Modern Mentoring: The Good, the Bad, and the Better / Karen Russel, Havard-trained lawyer at Davis Wright Tremaine
Mentorship . . . Passing the Torch / Phil Cousineau, award-winning writer and filmmaker, teacher and editor
Inspiring Through Mentoring / Joanna Kaczorowska, classically trained violinist
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