Complete a Mentee Profile here. Upon creating your profile, you will be contacted by CAMP staff to schedule a pre-match telephone consultation.
Mentees not wishing to create an online profile can download the Mentee Application here.
The following may participate as mentees:
- Licensed, active Colorado lawyers, who are either practicing or intending to practice law in Colorado. Preference will be given to lawyers, who are within their first three years following admission to practice law in Colorado and in that case the program must be completed prior to the end of the attorney’s third year of practice.
- If a lawyer serves as a judicial law clerk immediately following licensure, the lawyer may participate in a Mentoring Program within two years of completing the clerkship(s). A lawyer serving as a judicial law clerk is not precluded from participating in a Mentoring Program while a judicial law clerk, although due to ethical restrictions, the law clerk’s Mentor must be a judge on the same court as the law clerk’s judge.
- Lawyers admitted on motion to the Colorado Bar who have been in practice three or more years in another jurisdiction may participate in a mentoring program in the attorney’s first year of practice in Colorado.
- Lawyers not otherwise within the parameters above may be admitted to a mentoring program with permission of the participating organization and of the CAMP Director.
A Mentee may participate in the Colorado Mentoring only once.
The mentoring relationship is a professional relationship. It does not contemplate and is not intended to create a formal association or attorney-client or work product relationship between the mentee and the mentor. Similarly, for mentors and mentees not of the same law firm or office, the mentoring program does not create an attorney-client relationship between the mentor and the mentee’s clients; mentees must ultimately exercise their own independent professional judgment on behalf of their clients.
To obtain 15 CLE credits (including 2 ethics credits), mentees must successfully complete this program, which requires a commitment of approximately 16 to 20 hours per year (1 ½ hours per month).