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Issue 37 | January 2016

LIANSWERS

This newsletter includes information to help lawyers reduce the likelihood of being sued for malpractice. The material presented is not intended to establish, report, or create the standard of care for lawyers. The articles do not represent a complete analysis of the topics presented, and readers should conduct their own appropriate legal research.
Become a Mentor or Mentee with LIANS

Do you have a minimum of nine years of experience and are interested in volunteering your time to provide support and guidance to another member? LIANS is currently seeking mentors for its Mentorship Program, specifically in the areas of family law, corporate/commercial, and criminal law.

The Mentorship Program offers the following advantages and opportunities:

  • matching based on the areas of interest and criteria identified by both mentor and mentee;
  • a mentorship plan created by you and your match, to identify your areas of focus and goals for the upcoming year;
  • an annual event where you can meet possible matches and learn more about the program.

Advantages of being a mentor:

  • renew and revitalize your own practice and strategies;
  • stay current with issues and developments in the next generation of professionals;
  • expand your own personal network.

If you are interested in participating in the Mentorship Program, please visit the LIANS website at: http://www.lians.ca/rpm/mentorship_program/.  

If you have any questions on these or any other risk- or practice-related matters, do not hesitate to contact Stacey Gerrard, LIANS Counsel with the Risk and Practice Management Program, at sgerrard@lians.ca or call 902 423 1300 ext. 345.

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