UC Hastings Pilipino American Law Society (PALS)


2014-2015 FBANC GROUP-BASED MENTORSHIP PROGRAM by uchastingspals
September 10, 2014, 11:07 pm
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FBANC 2014-15 Mentorship Program
Accepting Applications Through Monday, September 15

The Filipino Bar Association of Northern California (“FBANC”) is now accepting applications for its 2014-15 Mentorship Program. Through the Mentorship Program, FBANC pairs law students with various Filipino American attorneys throughout the Bay Area who have volunteered to help students navigate through law school and the first years of practice. Mentors come from all parts of the legal profession, including law firm partners and associates, solo criminal defense attorneys, and high-level government attorneys.

To apply, interested students need only complete a short questionnaire (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14IeS8M2YSAjrba-hBleRpIiiDnnkjomsX01NoBCbAFQ/viewform). Mentors and mentees are matched based on interests, and will be announced by the end of September.

More information about FBANC is available at http://fbanc.org/

QUESTIONS:

Contact PALS E-Board:

PALS@uchastings.edu
www.facebook.com/groups/HastingsPALS

or

FBANC

Marc Pilotin at mpilotin@lchb.com.

*FBANC Mentorship Co-Directors reserve the right to assign, change or terminate any mentor’s or mentee’s participation in the FBANC Mentorship Program with or without cause based on any complaints or request by either the mentor or mentee or any inappropriate behavior or conduct by either the mentor or mentee.

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