**February 9, 2016 EDIT** We are now at capacity for Mentee tickets. Thanks for your interest!
**February 18, 2016 EDIT** Due to popular demand, we have opened an additional block of 10 mentee tickets!
Back by popular demand, this year’s FACL annual mentoring event will be held on Friday, February, 26, 2016! We look forward to giving our members the chance to hear from an inspiring speaker and to connect with experienced members of the bar through a speed-mentoring session. This will be an excellent opportunity to exchange advice, expand your network, and make connections!
This is one of our BIGGEST events! Space is limited, so register soon here.
The event will be held at the offices of Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt LLP located at 100 King Street West, 1 First Canadian Place, Toronto (Reception located on the 63rd Floor).
Registration and networking begins at 5:00 p.m. Mentorship event begins at 6:00 p.m. The schedule for the evening is as follows:
|5:00-6:00||Registration and networking|
|6:00-6.30||Introductions and Keynote from Microsoft|
|6:30-6:45||Mentoring Tips Presentation by Gail Wong|
Mentees: We are looking for law students (including articling students).
Mentors: We are looking for lawyers in their 1st to 5th year of call.
Refreshments will be served.
Seeking participants in FACL’s 2016 Mentorship Pilot Project
FACL is piloting a new mentorship program targeting mentorship for practitioners who are 2-4 years post-call. The purpose of the new program is to provide mid-level practitioners with guidance and networking opportunities to enhance their chances of promotion.
We are looking for potential mentees who are 2-4 years post-call and mentors who have at least 8-10 years of post-call experience. As this is a pilot program, we have set a goal of 20-25 pairs who will be matched based on practice area, career goals and general fit.
The pilot program is expected to run from May, 2016 to May, 2017.
If you are interested in participating as either a mentor or mentee, please fill out one of the online intake forms below.