Mentoring Program

Promoting professional pride and identity in the legal profession.

  • Objectives/About
  • For Mentors
  • For Mentees

The broad objectives of CAMP are to promote professional pride and identity in the legal profession; to promote the pursuit of excellence in service to clients; and to promote strong relationships between the bar, courts, clients, law schools and public, through the teaching of the core values and ideals of the legal profession and the training in the best practices for meeting those ideals.

A mentor must be a Colorado attorney or judge, with an active license, in good standing or retired Colorado attorney or judge, who retired from the practice in good standing. The mentor shall be licensed for a minimum of five years and have no history of suspension, disbarment, or pending disciplinary actions, including diversion programs. Mentor skills training programs and materials will be developed and provided by CAMP.

To qualify as a mentee in CAMP programs, the lawyer must be a licensed, active Colorado lawyer, who is either practicing or is 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. The lawyer need not be a member of a bar association. The legal profession of localities in Colorado will have the flexibility to further define who the Mentees will be in local programs.

Mentoring Program Training Video