As more law firms are allowing their employees to work from home, at least part-time, flexibility in the way typical firm programs operate has been an important shift since the beginning of the pandemic. So how does a firm successfully operate a mentorship program remotely? Amy Piccola, hiring partner at Saul, Ewing, Arnstein and Lehr, details her firm’s mentorship program, how she has pivoted with her mentees in the pandemic and the importance of transparency in these relationships. See the full 26-minute video above as well as a breakdown of discussion points below:

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