Queer Lawyers of Tomorrow run a mentoring scheme for aspiring legal professionals. We match LGBTQIA+ professionals and allies from across the legal professions to LGBTQIA+ students and graduates looking for advice and support in pursuing those careers.
This informal scheme allows students to get insight into entering and working in their chosen legal profession, and particularly the experience of LGBTQIA+ individuals in those settings.
The purpose of this mentoring is to provide one-on-one, informal support for those seeking to embark on a legal career. Mentors will hopefully be able to provide good insight to those careers, including the particular experience of being LGBTQIA+ within the professions. Students should apply for a mentor after having done some research about a career, but would benefit from the insight that a professional has into applications, professional life, and the experience of LGBTQIA+ identities in the spaces of the legal professions.
Please see below to sign up for a mentor, or to become a mentor. If you would like any more information, or if you would like to discuss the scheme, please contact the Director of Mentoring at firstname.lastname@example.org
Becoming a mentor
We are always looking for more mentors to support queer future lawyers. If you are a legal professional at any stage of your career, and you are interested in becoming a mentor to a student or early-career queer professional, please fill in this form.
If you would like to find out more about mentoring, and what would be expected of you, please have a look at our Guidance for Mentors.