MentorJet, April 8, 2014

The Hon. Sheila R. Johnson, '84, a judge on the 46th District Court, mentors a student.

MentorJet, April 8, 2014

The Hon. Tina Brooks Green, chief judge for the 34th District Court in Michigan, offers career advice to students.

MentorJet, April 8, 2014

1L Avi Emanuel enjoys his conversation with the Hon. Joan Churchill, '65, a retired judge on the Immigration Court for Washington D.C./Arlington, Virginia, and former president of NAWJ.

MentorJet, April 8, 2014

Amy Roemer, clinic director at The Salvation Army William Booth Legal Aid Clinic in Detroit, was one of 10 mentors who participated in the event.

MentorJet, April 8, 2014

2Ls Nate West and Karalena Guerrieri partake of the advice offered by the Hon. Tina Brooks Green (not pictured).

MentorJet, April 8, 2014

This was 1L Sarah Alsaden's first opportunity to participate in MentorJet.

MentorJet, April 8, 2014

Students and mentors gather for a group photo following the event.

SPEED NETWORKING   Michigan Law students had the opportunity to participate in MentorJet when the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) brought the program to the Law School April 8. MentorJet brings together judges and lawyers to mentor students in six-minute increments, similar to speed dating. Instead of getting to know potential suitors, however, students learn about various career options available to them when they graduate. Held for the second year at Michigan Law, MentorJet featured participation from 10 mentors (including five judges) and 21 students.  

Photos by Steven Smyka.

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