Reciprocity Policy

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Our Reciprocity Policy

The Barry University School of Law Career Services Office will provide reasonable access of its services to graduates or third-year students from other law schools on the following basis:

  1. Reciprocity privileges will be available only to third year law students or graduates of those ABA-accredited law schools that allow Barry law students or graduates to use their facilities on some reciprocal basis.
  2. Reciprocity is available throughout the year except during the fall recruitment season from August 1 - November 15. Services will be available for a three month period from the date of the letter granting reciprocity. Any requests for renewal will be treated as a new request and therefore may be denied.
  3. Requests must be made in writing by a placement or career counseling officer. Please provide an address for the student or graduate, who should then wait for a copy of our written response before contacting our office. The individual should bring a copy of his/her letter when visiting our office.
  4. The Career Services Office will allocate reciprocal services to students from other law schools on a one-to-one basis, similar to an exchange program.
  5. Reciprocity privileges include access to:
    • CSM-Symplicity job database; job listings
    • reference library
    • CSO publications and materials
  6. Reciprocity services do not include:
    • individual counseling
    • resume review services
    • on-campus interviews and resume collections
    • the ability to borrow books or videos or use of student computers
    • participation in on-campus interviews
  7. These services are granted at the discretion of the Career Services staff and priority will be given to Barry University School of Law students and graduates.
  8. Applicants are required to state in cover letters to employers, including blind postings, that the job listings were received from this office through a reciprocal agreement with their school.
  9. The Career Services staff may deny services to any individual not abiding by the policies stated above.

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