Sidley Diversity Mentoring Program

April 24, 2012Duke Law News

Sidley Austin LLP’s Washington, D.C. office is excited to announce the Third Annual Sidley 1L Diversity Summer Mentorship Program to be held this summer in Washington, D.C. We encourage all diverse 1L students at Duke University School of Law who would like to practice in Washington law firms after graduation and who plan to spend their upcoming summer in the D.C.-area to apply. For an outline of the program, eligibility requirements and program application, please see the attached. The mentor program is expected to take place during June and July 2012.

Space for mentees is limited and completed applications are due by Friday, April 27, 2012. Interested individuals should submit an application form available at and email a resume and an unofficial law school transcript to Mieko Rechka, Legal Recruiting Manager, at for consideration.
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