October 05, 2012

Jenner & Block Partner Charlotte L. Wager spoke at The National Legal Mentoring Consortium’s symposium on “Managing Mentoring Programs in a Time of Change.”  Held at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minnesota, the symposium brought together bar leaders, judges, law firm leaders and law school faculty from around the country to discuss how to create, lead and sustain mentoring programs in challenging times.  Ms. Wager joined a panel titled “Maintaining a Successful Law Firm Mentoring Program,” on October 5, 2012.  The Consortium is a resource for the legal profession aimed at encouraging mentoring, providing an exchange of ideas related to mentoring, and helping develop mentoring initiatives.

Ms.  Wager is the Firm’s Chief Talent Officer and oversees all aspects of the Firm’s hiring and attorney development.  As Chair of the Associate Development & Evaluation Committee, she works with Firm leaders on all aspects of associate development including evaluations, training, mentoring, and advanced career planning for senior associates.  Ms. Wager has been a featured speaker on the subjects of hiring and development at programs sponsored by the American Bar Association, the Practising Law Institute, the Illinois State Bar Association, and numerous law schools.

Please click here for a brochure about the symposium.