Values are internally generated by the individual and ethics are externally generated by the community the individual associates with. Judgment is often the intersection of values and ethics and, in the professional context of client representation and service, requires consideration of business needs and expectations. There is an important difference between economic and social connections created in the typical student-teacher or employer-employee relationship and that of a mentor/mentee. The mentor-mentee relationship requires more than just advice or predictions about outcomes in a case, transaction or career choice. The mentor-mentee relationship may not rely solely on the disinterested generosity of the mentor. There is another mentor-mentee paradigm that can also be very important. There is an inherent conflict in a mentor-mentee relationship in the same employment relationship. In general, relationships built around working together on actual projects will lead to deeper and more lasting bonds upon which to receive the help of a mentor.