Reciprocity Policy

The Career Services Office provides access to its resources to both students and alumni of law schools on the following basis:

  • Services are available only to those law schools that allow Dickinson Law students and/or alumni reciprocal use of their services and facilities without charge.
  • Services may be denied to students/graduates of any school seen to surpass a reasonable number of requests or which limits the number of requests by Dickinson Law students or graduates.
  • Requests for services must be made in writing by a career counseling official of the law school that the student or graduate attends or attended and must be received prior to the visit.
  • Requests for reciprocity will not be honored between August 1 and November 15.

Upon approval, reciprocity will be granted for three months commencing with the date of the approval letter. Services available to reciprocity students and graduates include:

  • Career Library — Resources are not available to be checked out.
  • Graduate Job Postings — Dickinson Law job postings on the career portal are accessible to non-alumni that are granted reciprocity for a period of 90 days. This service will not be available to graduates of schools whose reciprocity policy excludes job postings or Internet access to the job postings.
  • Student Job Postings — Students from other law schools that have been granted reciprocity may actively search the career portal listings. They will be given instructions and passwords to access the Dickinson Law Job Posting website for a period of 90 days. This service will not be available to graduates of schools whose reciprocity policy excludes job postings or Internet access to the job postings.

Services not available to reciprocity students and graduates include counseling services, on-campus Internet access to job postings, other password-protected services, telephones, recruitment programs, and job fairs.

Dickinson Law reserves the right to alter this policy without advance notice.