"Mentorship: A Must-Have for the Young Lawyer," NYSBA Young Lawyers Section May 2015
“The most important resource I found in transitioning from law school to the practice of law as a young attorney was the support and guidance of more experienced lawyers,” writes Robert W. Berbenich, an attorney in Goldberg Segalla’s General Liability Practice Group. “Establishing a career as a young attorney — especially a career that is set up for long-term success — requires the support and know-how that only a veteran can provide.”
In this article written for Electronically In Touch, the e-newsletter and blog of the New York State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, Robert shows how developing mentor-mentee relationships is critical to an attorney’s overall professional development, and he provides a number of resources available to NYSBA members to help them find and nurture these important relationships.
Read the article here:
- “Mentorship: A Must-Have for the Young Lawyer,” NYSBA Young Lawyers Section Blog, May 2015