May 1, 2019
AHLA Connections Magazine
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A mentoring relationship can and should be quite rewarding for both the mentor and the mentee. I am still in contact with many of the mentors I have had in my life that are still with us.
Leonard Homer was my first mentor when I entered the practice of law. I cannot help but think how misguided I would have been without his sage counsel and advice, not just almost 40 years ago, but also today.
It is always important to try to understand the perspective of each individual in these relationships because we cannot help but be influenced by our background, life experiences, and unique circumstances.
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