What to Expect
Our Mentorship Program
Placements range depending on the student category you are applying for.
For Students of Law and Students of Business, we request students only apply if they have at least 2 months + of availability on a full time or part-time basis.
For Student Interns, we request students only apply if they have at least 2 weeks + of full time availability.
The above minimum time availability is required so that we can train, mentor and provide guidance to students, and in turn, students can have the time to become an active participant at our law firm and get the experience they are seeking.
Our goal is to provide a better idea of what the legal industry is like and to see if the legal industry is the right fit for them, but also whether our law firm is the right law firm for them. In turn, we want to meet the next generation of prospective lawyers or team members that may become the future leaders of our industry, which means only the most hardworking, diligent, and aspiring will be interviewed.
Time permitting, new mentees should expect the following:
Orientation, Training, and Project Outline – 1st day to 1st week
Any project outline will at least include one larger project, several mini projects and day to day tasks.
Meet and Greet with Student and Firm Members
This will offer an opportunity to ask our team members what to expect in law school, what life is like as a lawyer day to day, or what it’s like to work at Winright
Conclusion of Mentorship Program
At the end of the mentorship program, students will be provided constructive feedback as well as requested to provide feedback on their time with us.
We want this to be an opportunity for students to continue their relationship with our law firm, and vice versa, so students should be feel free to exchange contact information with team