The Orange County Asian American Bar Association (OCAABA) Pipeline Committee is accepting applications for its 2019-2020 school year mentorship program. The mentorship program includes several social events throughout the year for local law students to meet up with local attorneys in a casual setting for mentoring opportunities. The deadline to sign up is Friday, October 11.
Mentee applicants must be OCAABA members and current law students to participate in the program. OCAABA student membership is free if you're an OCBA member. Check with your law school to find out if it provides you with an OCBA membership, and click here to sign up for OCAABA membership.
Mentees must also commit to meeting at least once per semester with their mentor. Applicants who are interested in being connected with a mentor may fill out an online application here.
Please note that space is limited, so priority will be given to those who apply earlier during the application period.Our program is open to all applicants interested in OCAABA, not just Asian-American law students.
Mentor applicants must be OCAABA members. Click here to sign up for OCAABA membership.
Mentors must also commit to meeting at least once per semester with their mentee. Mentor applicants who are interested in being connected with a mentee may fill out an online application here.
If you have any questions about the Mentorship Program, please contact one of the Co-Chairs of the Pipeline Committee: John Fujii at firstname.lastname@example.org; Larry Valdez at email@example.com; Sabrina Ly at firstname.lastname@example.org.