Benefits of a Mentor for your Law Career - 01 February 2021

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Benefits of a Mentor for your Law Career

01 February 2021

Wondering how to find your niche as a Lawyer in Canada? Discover the benefits of a Mentor. 

Effective mentorship provides students with the competitive edge for global leadership in legal and law related professional careers in Canada. John Kelly, experienced professional mentor for graduates of UK Law Schools, is joining us to explain the future of Legal positions in Canada and the importance of finding your niche in the Canadian market, and Sara Bond, one of his mentees, is as well to explain how she benefitted from his expertise. 

Join mentors Sara Bond and John Kelly to hear how aspiring law professionals, including Sara, have benefited from expert guidance on Thursday 4th February at 5pm ET.


Sara Bond, LLB, LLM, TEP is a law graduate of the University of Sussex and Founder of Global Esquire Canada. Sara is a Canadian Lawyer and is currently employed with RBC Wealth Management. 

John Kelly is a former law professor and expert in optimizing UK law school programs, among others. John also serves as the Chair Emeritus for Global Esquire Canada (GEC). 

In this webinar we will cover:

  • Introduction of Sara and John
  • Benefits of a mentorship programme
  • How to grow your professional network
  • Useful resources to get you started
  • And any questions you might have! 

We will also be introducing our new Mentorship Service and discussing the mentorship scholarships we have available, including the Global Esquire Mentorship Programme open to 25 BIPOC students per academic year.

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