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On-Line Mentor Volunteer Application

Fields with an * are required. You will be contacted using your address of record information on file with the Utah State Bar.

Thank you for your interest in the Mentoring program.

Bar Number*
First Name*
Last Name*
Law Office/Employer*
Street Address
City, State, & Zip
Phone Number*
Email address*
Minimum Qualifications

I certify that I meet the minimum qualifications fo serve as a mentor in Utah.

  • Active Status.
  • Minimum 7 Years of Practice Experience. I have been admitted to practice law for not less than seven (7) years and have a minimum of seven (7) years of practice experience.
  • Professional Status. A professional reputation in your local legal community for competence, ethical and professional conduct, malpractice insurance in an amount of at least $100,000/$300,000 if in private practice.
  • Disciplinary Action. Never been subject to a formal disciplinary proceeding by any court or Bar or related entity and/or been publicly or formally sanctioned in any jurisdiction.
  • I am familiar with and pledge to abide by the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Utah Standards of Professionalism and Civility
Malpractice Insurance Certification

“I hereby certify that as an attorney in private practice, I carry the requisite amount of malpractice insurance as required by the New Lawyer Training Program to serve as a mentor.” 


Years of Practice*
7 - 10 Years of Practice
11 - 15 Years of Practice
16 - 20 Years of Practice
21+ Years of Practice
Mentor Type*
I Wish to Mentor The Following Attorney
Practice Specialty Admin/Governmental
Employment/Labor Law
Federal Practice
General Practice
General Litigation
Intellectual Property
International Law
Practice Management
Personal Injury
Real Estate/Landlord
Social Security
Tort & Insurance
Trial Work
Workers Comp
Practice Type Solo Practice
Of Counsel
Government Office/Judge
In-House Corporate Counsel
Law Firm
Non-Legal Job
Firm Size 1 Lawyer
2-9 Lawyers
10-39 Lawyers
40+ Lawyers
Other Skills Appeals
Law Practice Management
Regulatory Board Appearances
Ability to discuss substance abuse and mental health issues
Ability to be a resource for involvement in bar activities
Ability to be a resource for involvement in pro bono activities
Ability to assist with assessing career paths
Ability to advise on balancing career and home life
Ability to advise on running a successful solo practice
Ability to discuss handling law school debt
Mentor References

Please check if applicable:  Adverse Party/Opposing Counsel Reference

4. Judge:
Please check if applicable:  Judicial Reference
MENTOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT* Please review and check yes below:
  • I wish to serve as a mentor in the New Lawyer Training Program, in accordance with its rules and regulations.
  • I acknowledge that the information provided in this application is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
  • I certify that I meet all of the mentor requirements I checked above.
  • I understand that my participation in the NLTP is contingent upon the approval of my application by the Utah Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee on Professionalism.
  • I acknowledge that I will be awarded twelve hours of CLE credit only if I satisfactorily complete all program requirements.
  • I agree to attend or view the Mentor Training and Orientation program within three (3) months of approval of my mentor application.
  • I agree to make the necessary time commitment to maintain a mentoring relationship. If my work or life circumstances change so that I cannot contribute at this time, I will contact the NLTP administrator.
  • If after I become an approved NLTP mentor, I become subject to a public or formal disciplinary proceeding by any court or bar related entity and/or am formally sanctioned in any jurisdiction, I will notify the NLTP coordinator.
  • Pursuant to Rule 14-515(a)(1) of the Rules of Lawyer Discipline and Disability, I waive confidentiality with respect to allowing the Office of Professional Conduct to provide a complete report on my grievance history to the Utah Supreme Court's Advisory Committee on Professionalism in connection with my NLTP Mentor Application.
  • I understand that all mentor appointments are subject to reassessment, if necessary, in the future.


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