International Law Mentoring Program

The Center’s International Law Mentoring Program provides an opportunity for students at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law to meet with local attorneys working in various areas of international and transnational law. The Center matches students with local legal professionals working on international trade, arbitration, humanitarian law and other fields. Mentors meet with students at least once during the spring semester. At these meetings, students and local mentors speak about various issues, from career paths to balancing career and life issues to networking.

Students Participating in the International Law Mentoring Program, 2012

Inja Vojnovic Tavo Hall
Honore Callingham Cameron Cope
Michael Thrall  Melinda Milheim
Christopher Fong  

 

Students Participating in the International Law Mentoring Program, 2011

Fatima Badreddine David Blackledge
Kevin Blood Loni Burnette
Felicia Cantrell Nathan Dunford
Lauren Fajkowski Krystle Fernandez

 

Applying for the International Law Mentoring Program

Applications for the Center’s International Law Mentoring Program are due in the spring semester of each year.

To apply, please fill out the application form found here.