YIAMC MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME
YIAMC MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME [JANUARY – JUNE 2023]
Aim & Objective
The Young IAMC Mentorship Programme aims to be an inclusive and diverse programme,
involving participants from a wide variety of countries and professional backgrounds. The
programme is best suited for law students (national & international) who are interested in
global arbitration and mediation.
The objective of this programme is to facilitate the interaction of mentors and mentees and
enable them to learn and explore new opportunities for creating professional relationships in
the field of arbitration and mediation.
This programme is by no means a guaranteed pathway towards internships or job offers at their
mentor’s good offices/organisations.
The mentoring process consists of one-on-one (virtual or in-person) meetings between a mentor
and mentee, and it requires that the mentor and mentee work together to reach specific goals.
The duration of the YIAMC Mentoring Programme is for a period of six months. During this
period, the Mentor will be available to their mentee to provide advice and career guidance, as
well as the practical know-how of global arbitration and mediation.
At the end of the programme, mentors and mentees will be requested to provide feedback on
Who can apply ?
- Applicants must be YIAMC members, if not a member register here –> https://iamch.org.in/yiamc-join
- Law students (national and International) currently pursuing their undergraduate degree
- Students pursuing their post-graduate LLM programme are also eligible.
The Mentoring Programme can accommodate 50 number of Mentees and the applicants
will be notified on the status of their application within two weeks from closing of applications.
Individual feedback for rejected applicants may not be possible due to the overwhelming applications.