The Sydney Law School Peer Mentoring Program starts during Faculty Welcome Week, the week before classes begin, and runs during Semester 1 of the JD or LLB programs. The program matches mentors with a group of new students and involves sharing knowledge through mentoring sessions and participating in informal activities until the end of Week 4/5 of semester.
As a mentor, you are required to:
For more information, contact the Professional Law Programs Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can register to be a mentor if you are in at least your second year of study in the Sydney Law School.
You need to be available to attend the training and mentoring sessions.
Towards the end of each year, you can nominate as a volunteer mentor for the following year.
You need to attend one 2-hour training session where you will learn the skills, knowledge and confidence to be an effective mentor.
You need to attend sessions with your mentees. The sessions you need to attend will vary depending on whether you are mentoring JD full-time students, JD part-time students or LLB (combined) students. You will usually be allocated mentees that are in the same degree program as yourself.