The Career Services Office provides reciprocal career services to students and alumni of other ABA-accredited law schools that offer reciprocity privileges to students and alumni of Texas A&M University School of Law.
Career Services Reciprocity Policy
Texas A&M University School of Law provides reciprocal career services to students and alumni of other law schools. The policy and terms of reciprocity are as follows:
- Reciprocity privileges will be available to students and alumni of other ABA-accredited law schools that offer reciprocity privileges to students and alumni of Texas A&M University School of Law.
- A request for reciprocity must be made in writing by the student/alumni’s law school’s Career Services office by:
- Mailing request to: Courtney Key —Career Services
Texas A&M University School of Law
1515 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
- Emailing request to: mailto:email@example.com
- Faxing request to the Career Services Office: 817-212-4059
The student/alumni should have a copy of Texas A&M University School of Law’s written response prior to contacting our career services office. A law school picture I.D. and/or other picture I.D. may be required when a student visits our office.
- Reciprocity is granted for 90 days beginning with the initial visit and may be renewed upon request from the requesting office. Reciprocity will not be available from February 1 through April 1, and from August 1 through November 15.
- Reciprocity privileges include:
- Use of the library materials including NALP publications
- Access to employment listings
- Career counseling if the Career Service Office schedule will permit it.
- Use of on-site computers
- The following services are not available:
- On-campus interviewing
- Resume review and/or forwarding
- Participation in job fairs
- The Career Services Office may restrict or revoke reciprocity privileges of any individual who misuses the facilities or services, or to any law school surpassing a reasonable number of requests within any academic year.
- Students and graduates receiving reciprocity are required to statein their cover letters to employers that the job listing was received from thisoffice through a reciprocal agreement with their law school.
- The Career Services Office may deny all requests for reciprocity at any time for limited periods of time.