Reciprocity Policy

The BYU Law School Career Development Office (CDO) is happy to work with graduates and students of other law schools through the reciprocity process. In order to provide effective service to both our students and to visitors, please note the following:

  1. Requests for reciprocity must be made in writing (via e-mail) by Career Development of the student’s / graduate’s law school. This must be done before using our career development office.
  2. Please include the requestee’s email address so that approval may be sent to both the student/graduate and the requesting law school.
  3. When the student/graduate comes to our office after receiving a grant of reciprocity, he or she should check in at the CDO Reception Desk.
  4. Services available to the student/graduate include using our online Jobs board, library resources, non-password protected areas of the website, and publications. We are also willing to provide counseling services to students and graduates of other law schools. Services do not include access to on-campus interviewing, job fairs, or other password protected features of the website.
  5. Reciprocity is granted for a period of three months, after which time the student/graduate will need to reapply for reciprocity.
  6. We typically grant services throughout the year, however, we reserve the right to limit reciprocity during certain times of the year.
  7. CDO may restrict or revoke reciprocity privileges to any individual who misuses the facilities or services, or to any law school surpassing a reasonable number of requests within any academic year.

Please send your requests to:

Corrie Richards

Career Services Administrative Assistant