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The New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD) is looking for volunteers to be mentors in a new program aimed at helping law students as they navigate their way through school.

“The law is one of those professions where a lot of knowledge is passed down from person to person. Finding and being a mentor makes you a link in the chain. And it doesn’t matter where you are in your career because there are always people with more experience, and people you can reach back and help pull forward,” said Emily Kelchen, chair of the YLD and NJSBA trustee.

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