The In-House Counsel Network consists of NAPABA members
who currently practice as in-house counsel. The Committee is a networking and
support group that meets at least annually at the NAPABA Annual Convention. In
addition to the annual meeting, the Committee hosts social and professional
gatherings in various geographical locations and conducts periodic conference
call meetings on topics of interest to its members.
In-House Counsel Mentoring Program
The NAPABA In-House Counsel Network’s mentoring program is accepting applications for in-house counsel (including attorneys working for the public sector, academic institutions, and non-profits) to participate as a mentee and/or mentor. The program seeks to foster relationships between NAPABA members who are experienced in-house counsel and NAPABA members who are either:
new to the in-house position and in need of guidance (including advice on professional development, career goals and transitioning into the in-house position), or
experienced in-house practitioners in need of guidance on how to move forward or position themselves to take advantage of future opportunities.
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Click here to view the mentee application form.
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