Career Services Reciprocity Policy

The Office of Career Services 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:

  1. 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.
  2. 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
      817-212-4050
    • Emailing request to: ckey@law.tamu.edu
    • Faxing request to the Office of Career Services: 817-212-4059
      The student/alumnus 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Reciprocity privileges include:
    • Use of the library materials including NALP publications
    • Access to employment listings
    • Career counseling if the Office of Career Services schedule will permit it.
    • Use of on-site computers
  5. The following services are not available:
    • On-campus interviewing
    • Resume review and/or forwarding
    • Participation in job fairs
  6. The Office of Career Services 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.
  7. Students and graduates receiving reciprocity are required to state in their cover letters to employers that the job listing was received from this office through a reciprocal agreement with their law school.
  8. The Office of Career Services may deny all requests for reciprocity at any time for limited periods of time.