At Rogers & Hardin every associate is assigned a formal mentor beginning on the first day of work. Mentor relationships are assigned based upon a variety of factors which include practice area, educational and professional background, and personal interests. Within the associate’s first week, the mentor will be in contact to begin assisting with the transition to Rogers & Hardin and into the practice of law. Mentors are involved with the development and career advancement of their assigned associate and may be involved with annual performance review and feedback sessions. Informal mentoring relationships will develop as each associate begins to work with a variety of lawyers and becomes integrated into the firm. Our associate Career Committee helps to facilitate beneficial mentoring relationships between partners and associates and aids in the transition to a career at Rogers & Hardin.