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The School of Law and Criminology A Celebration of Mentoring

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A Celebration of Mentoring at the School of Law and Criminology

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Dear All,

Now, more than ever, it is important to stay connected and learn to tackle some of the key challenges that you might face in your career. Our current job market is shifting and companies are moving to remote work. It is an uncertain time for most but is also a good opportunity to leverage your skills and knowledge to your advantage. This event will bring you the opportunity to:

• discuss your experience and contribute to the shaping of the programme,

• meet other mentees/ mentors from the School of Law in a more informal environment,

• build your network,

• get experience participating on online events and managing your relationships remotely,

• celebrate the end of the academic year.

This year ,we have had mentors working directly with the School of Law from:

• 7 Bedford Row

• HSBC

• Citibank

• GLAN (Greenwich Law Alumni Network)

• The Law Advisory Forum

• The Ministry of Justice

• Weightmans

• Local Firms

During the event some mentors/ mentees will let us know about their experience and then we will have a chance to meet each other in a friendly environment.

Come and celebrate! we hope to see you soon and will be sending you a link and more details in the next few days.

Best wishes,

Celso Lopez

Employability Officer

The School of Law and Criminology

A Celebration of Mentoring

Schedule

5.30pm Arrival

5.40pm Welcome

TBA – Mentoring at Greenwich

5.45pm Tim Barns QC – Introduction to LAF

5:50pm Dr Richard Wild - Introduction to CAF

5.55pm Networking Activity - 1

Mentees will be given the opportunity to discuss their experience of mentoring. Each group will be required to nominate and Chairperson who will facilitate introductions and feedback the highlights of the discussion to the group

Points for discussion:

• What were the best aspects of mentoring for you?

• What were the greatest challenges?

• What did you get out of the experience overall?

Mentors will be given the opportunity to discuss their experience of mentoring. Each group will be required to nominate and Chairperson who will facilitate introductions and feedback the highlights of the discussion to the group

Points for discussion:

• What were the best aspects of mentoring for you/your organisation?

• What were the greatest challenges?

• What did you get out of the experience overall?

6.00pm Chairperson from each group to feedback highlights chaired by Prof Jolliffe

6.10pm Networking Activity - 1

Networking groups containing Mentor and Mentee mixed will be arranged. Each group will be required to nominate and Chairperson who will facilitate introductions and feedback the highlights of the discussion to the group

Points for discussion:

• Ideas for the future

• What should mentoring look like in the current climate?

• Future challenges (e.g., technology)?

6.20pm Chairperson from each group to feedback highlights chaired by Prof Jolliffe

6.30pm TBA – The Law Advisory Forum – The Law Advisory Forum student engagement.

6.35 Prof Jolliffe – End

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