Q: I am a first-year bankruptcy associate at a BigLaw firm. I’ve met only once with the partner who is assigned to be my mentor. We had a long lunch, about six months ago. What should I do next — wait for my mentor to contact me or should I contact him? What should I be discussing with him? How can I make the most out of having a mentor?
– Maximizing Mentoring
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