BIPOC Legal Mentorship & Community Program
The BIPOC legal mentorship and community program was created to provide support, networking opportunities, and community to BIPOC-identified students at Lewis & Clark Law School.
Through the BIPOC legal mentorship and community program, students are able to connect with attorneys and legal professionals across a range of practice areas. The program hosted its inaugural event in the Fall 2022 semester at Lewis & Clark Law School. The program was created by Chloé Clay ’22 with the support of Lewis & Clark Law School. To learn more about the program, contact Chloé.
Current Students: Join the Program
Interested in joining the BIPOC legal mentorship and community program, but you couldn’t join the reception this fall? Contact Chloé with your lclark email address and ask to be added to the list.
Not yet a law student? There are opportunities for current pre-law school students to get involved. To learn more, contact Chloé.
Attorneys and Legal Professionals: Become a Mentor
Interested in becoming a mentor? There are mentorship opportunities for all attorneys and legal professionals, including those who did not attend Lewis & Clark and those who do not identify as BIPOC persons. To see how you can become involved, contact Chloé.
Stay tuned for upcoming BIPOC mentorship program events!