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Posted on: Apr 25, 2018

On an episode of Sound Advice called “Mentoring Circles for Women,” Louise A. LaMothe, former chair of the ABA Section of Litigation, says she discovered a different way of thinking about mentoring six years ago when she presented a program for women at her local bar association that evolved into mentoring circles.

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