The Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program (CAMP) was established by the Colorado Supreme Court in February of 2013 to provide mentoring programs in all of the 22 Judicial Districts in Colorado. The CAMP programming is implemented through bar associations, inns of court, law firms, agencies, and other legal organizations throughout the state. CAMP matches mentors with mentees in individualized programs and through its Co-Sponsored programs across Colorado.
If you or your organization are interested in implementing a mentoring program, please contact CAMP Director
J. Ryann Peyton or her Administrative Assistant Lauren Eisenbach.
Mentors and Mentees interested in participating in the program should click the “Mentors/Mentees” tab above to submit an application and to contact the CAMP Co-Sponsored program in your area.
Benefits of participating in CAMP mentoring programs:
Specialized mentoring tracks to meet the needs of all Colorado attorneys
Access to a list of over 400 Colorado Supreme Court approved mentors
Mentoring effectiveness BootCAMPs throughout the year
Partnerships with over 30 bar associations, Inns of Court, law firms, government law offices, and legal organizations across Colorado
Individualized mentor and mentee matching
15 CLE credit hours (including 2 Ethics credits)
Monthly mentoring events
Access to trial skills training programs
Development of your professional identity
Practice succession planning
Sustaining the profession of law
e all newly admitted attorneys who are looking for a mentor, and all experienced attorneys who want to act as mentors, to get involved with CAMP. All of the participants in the Colorado legal system, especially the parties and clients, benefit from this wonderful resource for increasing competence and the professionalism of the state’s attorneys. – Honorable Nancy E. Rice, Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice