Connecting new students with more experienced students for guidance and support

The Griffith University Law Society Mentoring Program provides first-year students support and friendship throughout would could be a nerve-racking initial year at university.

We match these students with a mentor who's further along in their degree to ensure new students get advice and support relevant to their experience.

We also aim to offer our mature aged mentees the option of a mature aged mentor. Students can also choose the pace of their mentoring and the amount of interaction they require.

This program is based at the Nathan campus.

More information

If you have any questions regarding this program, email the Griffith University Law Society or visit the Facebook page.

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Mentoring roles

Learn more about the roles within our mentoring programs at Griffith, and discover associated benefits and resources.

Contact us

If you have any questions about mentoring at Griffith, get in touch