HKCCA Mentorship Program
The HKCCA is proud to invite you to join as mentors of our newly launched HKCCA mentorship program, which will partner practicing in-house lawyers with current law students.
- Share your views with aspiring law students on in-house life and how our profession contributes to society.
- Allow law students to learn about their future clients before entering private practice.
- Allow yourself to learn about the ways millennials think and act.
Here’s a great way for us to give back to the community in a meaningful way whilst sharpening our leadership skills: Be a Mentor
Whilst there are similar initiatives out there, our program is a unique opportunity for the in-house legal profession to demonstrate value and engage our society. Remember how to secure your first training contract or to navigate in difficult professional situations? Simple things that now seem easy may be a complete mystery to a young person. Wheels don’t need re-invention, and you can make this world a better place. That’s why we launch the HKCCA mentorship program.
About the Program
Protégés: Local Law students. HKCCA will be working with law faculties of top universities in Hong Kong including City University, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong University to match their law students who want to engage a mentor for their personal and career development with our members.
Mentors: Yes, it’s you! HKCCA members. It’s more than just about giving back. By listening to fresh ideas and thoughts from our next generation, we get smarter, better informed, and better connected to what’s going on.
How does it work?
Register with us through the link below, and we’ll pass your information and contact details to one of the above universities.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a great community service opportunity by sharing who you are and what you do. Rejuvenate with new thoughts and energy from the academia. Give back and learn more about our next generation.
Join us now!
Upon registration, you will be asked to agree to disclose your personal information to the participating universities and/or students. By checking the box "I agree", you accept that HKCCA will pass your professional profile (including your name, position and organization) and contact details (including your email address and correspondence phone numbers) to the participating universities for their administration and/or students to contact you directly.