Ohio Supreme Court Lawyer To Lawyer Program Seeks New MentorsArticle: September 1, 2011 | Malpractice Alerts Archived
The Lawyer to Lawyer Mentoring Program of the Ohio Supreme Court is recruiting new mentors. The program, which pairs a newly admitted attorney with an experienced attorney, provides training and materials to assist the experienced attorney in guiding the newly admitted attorney through topics that fulfill 9 of the 12 required hours of the New Lawyer Training requirement.
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