Soon after graduating Marshall-Wythe School of Law, Gretchen Mundorff found herself leaving the building of the midsize firm she worked for in Pittsburgh feeling anxious about her first day in court the following morning.
It was a good firm, she said, but it just didn’t have the resources to mentor young lawyers. Though she certainly wasn’t alone, she was particularly frustrated having come from a small Pennsylvania town — Connellsville, Fayette County, where she still works — going to a small undergraduate school at Chatham College and then graduating from a small class at the College of William and Mary’s law school. Mentoring was never a problem at any of those places.
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