Women’s Legal Mentorship Program (WLMP) understands that not everyone has the same access to student leadership opportunities. Plus, it can be hard to balance your desire to make a difference and your busy law school life.
That’s why the WLMP offers national student leadership opportunities that allow you to lead the change from where you are. Whether at home or in your law school. Then consider applying for our two new WLMP’s National Student Leadership positions.
Women’s Legal Mentorship Program (WLMP) Mentoring Winter 2022 Applications for our National Peer Mentoring Program and Student-Lawyer Mentoring Program are open.
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If you’re interested in helping shape the WLMP’s national mentoring programming, then consider joining the WLMP Leadership & Equity Advisor Group. We’re looking for female lawyers from across Canada interested in growing the WLMP Leadership & Equity Advisory Group!
The aim of the Women’s Legal Mentorship Program (WLMP) Amplify Allies Project is to focus on and amplify mentorship programs and programs we believe furthers the WLMP’s mission of dismantling the systemic barriers facing all self-identified women in the law. Every Wednesday, the WLMP’s social media channels will focus on promoting and amplifying the social media messages of allied mentoring programs and organizations.