UW Law School Access For Students and Alumni Of Other Law Schools
Career and Professional Development facilities and resources are available to current law
students and alumni of schools which provide reciprocal services to UW Law School students. Click here for more information.
UW Law School Students & Alumni
A UW Law student or graduate may request reciprocity which may allow him or
her to utilize the Career Services resources of another law school. In some
cases, the reciprocal school may restrict the use of their resources, or deny
reciprocity altogether, so it is best to investigate the other schools' reciprocity
policy before applying.
To find out the reciprocity policy of a particular law school, visit NALP's website at http://www.nalp.org/reciprocitypolicies. There you will find a list that includes the complete text of the reciprocity policy of almost every law school. You will see that most law schools have a "black out" period in the early fall (typically mid-August until late October), when they are unable to grant reciprocity because of the demands of their fall on-campus interview programs. A grant of reciprocity typically entitles a student only to access to the granting school's job postings if the student visits that school in person; rarely will a student be able to obtain access to the granting school's on-line job postings.
To request reciprocity, please complete the following form: