The Family Law Section's Diversity Committee has
launched its informal Mentorship Project. Newer
attorneys will have the opportunity to be connected
to experienced family law attorneys who can answer questions and
provide general information about family law practice. This is intended to be
an informal project of the Section and not a substitute for other formal
programs through the State Bar of Georgia.
Mentors ideally should have 10 years or more
experience in family law. Any Section member can request a mentor. If you
would like to volunteer to be a mentor or if you would like to have a mentor,
please contact Michelle Jordan (email@example.com). We are grateful to everyone
who has already volunteered to be a mentor and to Thad Woody and Dawn Smith who
will be coordinating this project.