Mentoring

RBIC Robert G. Heisermann Mentoring Programs

Our Inn has three separate mentoring programs.  Two of these programs run the length of the Inn’s year (starting in September).  The third is a special program specific to the annual Bar Exam calendar and runs for the two months preceding the bar exam.  

For the two full-year programs, we create mentoring pairs or “match-ups”, and then each match-up will select the program that works the best for them.  For the Bar Exam Survival program, we maintain a list of mentors who want to be a touchstone for our members taking the Bar Exam and create the match-ups each winter and spring.  

To update your information for the full year programs, please go to our Mentoring Intake Form:

https://goo.gl/forms/WaQfs794tnI5ZGN72

To join the Bar Exam Survival Program, either as a mentor or mentee, please e-mail rhonebracket [at sign] gmail [dot] com.

For an overview of these programs, please see below.  Any questions or concerns about the RBIC Mentoring Programs should be sent to rhonebrackett [at sign] gmail [dot] com.

For more information about the namesake for the RBIC mentoring programs, please see the following link.

In Memoriam – Heiserman

The Full Mentoring Program (CAMP Sponsored)

The Full Mentoring Program is a mentoring program designed for match-ups that want a structured program, requiring 8 face to face meetings and around 13-16 hours of contact between September 1 and August 1 of the following year.  

If the mentee is an Associate Barrister in their first three years of practice and the mentor is approved by CAMP, the match-up can participate in the CAMP portion of the program, which can result in the match-up receiving up to 15 CLE credits (including 2 ethics credits).  (Mentees can receive credit the first time they are a CAMP Mentee, Mentors can receive credits the first time they are a CAMP Mentor during each three-year CLE reporting cycle.  Match-ups can participate more than once, but will only receive CLE when qualified.)  

The RBIC Full Mentoring Program has a number of supporting documents, which can be downloaded here: 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_A1zdBLgB2OR0ZoMG5MWUtMOE0/view?usp=sharing

(Non-CAMP Full Mentoring Program Match-Ups should use the “Design Your Own Plan” template to create their meeting discussion topics.)

The Virtual Mentoring Program

The Virtual Mentoring Program is the new name for RBIC’s on-going program.  This program runs from September 1 – May 1 and requires three in person meetings and otherwise monthly “virtual” contact via phone or video conferencing (such as Skype, FaceTime, etc.).

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