How to be a good mentor

Support and guidance among women lawyers is especially critical.

When I first started my journalism career in the late 1990s, I had already been out of college for a few years—traveling and doing the “young” thing—before I considered settling down for a real job. So by the time I started pounding the pavement for journalism work, I really had to sell myself.

Living in the Pacific Northwest at the time, I landed an interview for an unpaid internship at Seattle magazine. 


Cathleen Flahardy

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