DLP Update From my Mentee, Opéoluwa Sotonwa

I have the great privilege of being the mentor of Opéoluwa Sotonwa, a member of NEU Doctor of Law and Policy program.  Opé is a member of Cohort X.  He is an advocate for the deaf and hearing impaired in a position that can truly make a difference; an accomplished attorney; a published author; and a particularly thoughtful individual. I just finished a call with Opé during which he described his own progress through the DLP program, and recent and upcoming events. Frankly, I’m a bit envious of my young squire. Okay, first some background. The DLP program has never been static.  It has continued to evolve in coursework, presentation, and faculty oversight over the past decade, arguably becoming something better with every passing year. When I went through the Continue Reading …

Mentoring is a Tremendous Experience (and Pleasure)

I’m really enjoying the time I’m spending mentoring a new member of the Doctor of Law and Policy program at Northeastern.  It doesn’t take a lot of my time, and the GROI (Gratification Return on Investment) is exceptionally high. Find someone to mentor in a field or endeavor you know and YOU will grow from the experience.  So will your mentee. jlk