RALEIGH, N.C. - Campbell Law Assistant Dean for Administration Zeke Bridges and Assistant Dean for External Relations Megan West will present on mentoring and role models for the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) on Tuesday, May 20. The presentation is a part of the NCBA’s two-day “Professionalism for New Attorneys” continuing legal education event (CLE) at the N.C. Bar Center in Cary.
Bridges recently discussed many aspects of mentorship as a keynote speaker for the Wake County Christian Legal Society on May 16, while West presented at a similar CLE for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice on May 15.
Bridges, a 2003 Campbell Law graduate, serves as the law school’s chief financial officer and oversees human resources, the physical facility, technology, student life and pro bono services. He established the Campbell Law Connections mentorship program and managed it through the spring 2014 pilot phase.
A 2014 Triangle Business Journal Women in Business award winner, West oversees Campbell Law’s alumni relations, career services, communications and marketing, and development departments while managing the Campbell Law Connections mentorship program. West is a 2010 Campbell Law graduate.
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