Lawyers Journal

Tiered Community Mentoring Program celebrates the holiday season

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, Massachusetts Bar Association Tiered Community Mentoring Program participants celebrated the program's first annual holiday event at Suffolk University Law School.

Currently in its fourth year, the MBA's Tiered Community Mentoring program matches selected students, who are interested in law-related careers, with an attorney mentor. As part of this innovative program, students from New Mission High School, Roxbury Community College and Suffolk University Law School have had the opportunity this year to meet accomplished professionals, as well as attend court proceedings and bar association events to learn networking skills.

Over 30 mentors and mentees attended the event. Featured event speakers included:

  • Serge Georges Jr., Law Office of Serge Georges Jr., Randolph;
  • Nicole G. Price, director for Diversity, Inclusiveness and Affinity Relations at Suffolk University Law School; and
  • Jennifer C. Rowe, assistant district attorney, Norfolk District Attorney's 
Office.
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