NUS Law Alumni Mentor Programme (LAMP)
PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE
The NUS Law Alumni Mentor Programme (LAMP) links
first and second year NUS Law students with recent
alumni, who can provide insights and guidance to the
practice of law. At the same time, we hope the
programme will provide an opportunity for greater
engagement with our alumni.
Mentors and Mentees will be asked to commit to the programme for a year, with the expectation of meeting once a semester in person. We understand of course that our Mentors are busy people, and meetings can take place at their offices if appropriate. Or they would be welcome to meet with Mentees at NUS Law. The hope is that Alumni Mentors will provide first hand experiences and insights on the legal profession, as well as practical guidance, encouragement and support. Student Mentees will have the opportunity to become better equipped to make well-informed decisions about their professional development.
LAMP is open to all first and second year
students currently enrolled at the NUS Faculty
Be available to meet at least once a semester in person (unless the Mentor is stationed overseas). Semester 1 runs from August to November; Semester 2 runs from the beginning of January to May.
Attend planned events, including the launch of LAMP and related career workshops and talks.
Be open about your experiences (be it work, education or life in general) so that the programme can offer a unique and realistic perspective to the practice of law.
Behave professionally and respect any confidences shared in the course of discussions.
If you are interested in becoming an Alumni Mentor or Mentee, please fill up the corresponding form below. Those applying to be a Mentee, please submit your completed form with your resume as application.
Mentee Registration closes
September 2016 .
To find out more about the LAMP, please contact the following Programme Administrators:
For Mentees - Ms Genevieve Chia (firstname.lastname@example.org), Law Careers Advisor, NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates (CFG).
For Mentors - Ms Chan Jo-Ann Marie (email@example.com), Associate Director, Alumni Relations & Development, NUS Faculty of Law.