Since 2010, the Peer Mentorship Program has been helping ease the transition into 1L by matching first-year students with upper-year mentors who share similar academic and social interests. The program is administered through the Student Services Office under the direction of the Assistant Dean (Student Services).
Alicia Servello, Law III, understands that mentorship plays a fundamental role in developing skills that lead to long-term success in law school. However, Alicia recognizes that mentorship extends far beyond academic success, and facilitates building connections within the community and making lasting friendships! Alicia is actively involved within the Windsor Law community and has taken on many mentorship roles for first-year law students. She has also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and is currently the President of the Technology & Intellectual Property Club. Alicia is excited to ensure that every first-year law student is given the tools necessary for success, and the opportunity to make lasting friendships within the Windsor Law community through mentorship.
Alicia is looking forward to welcoming and supporting the incoming Windsor Law class of 2025, and encourages you to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.