Student-to-Student Mentorship Program

All first-year law students are invited to participate in Marquette Law School's student-to-student mentorship program. Participating students gain an immediate connection to a second or third-year law student who assists them in making a successful transition to law school. Mentors help welcome their mentees and guide them to the academic, social, and professional resources available to them, helping them quickly integrate into the Law School community.

New students are matched with an upper-class mentor, based on common undergraduate institutions, areas of study, home states, or other common interests. Run by the Student Bar Association, the mentorship program hosts several events during the fall and spring semesters, making it easy for mentors and mentees to check-in regularly throughout the mentees' first year.

This year's agenda includes:

  • September 17: Mentorship Program Kick-Off: Trivia Night in the Zilber Forum
  • More events will be posted as they are scheduled.

Are you a first-year student interested in the program? Complete an online application to get involved.

Second and third-year students with an interest in helping the incoming class have a successful, fulfilling first year should also complete an online application.

All applications for the 2014-2015 year are due by Friday, September 5th.