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Reciprocity Policy

Florida State University College of Law Career Services & Professional Development Center
POLICY OF RECIPROCITY

(effective June 2015)

The Career Services Center provides services to students and graduates of other law schools (“requestors”) within the following guidelines:

  1. Services are available to all requestors of those law schools that allow Florida State Law graduates and/or students to use their facilities.
  2. Requests for services must be made in writing by a career services administrator prior to the rendering of any services. Requests should be emailed to the Career Services Center. The request must contain the following:
    • Student/ alumni full name
    • Student/ alumni expected year of law school graduation
    • Student/ alumni email address and phone number
  3. Services will be available for a three-month period beginning the date reciprocity is granted via email.
  4. Requestors can utilize our job placement software, Symplicity. No services will be rendered by mail or telephone.
  5. The Career Services Center reserves the right to restrict reciprocity between August 1 and October 31, due to on-campus interviewing.
  6. Requestors may not participate in on-campus interviews, off-campus interviews or resume referral programs with prospective employers, or any event hosted by the Career Services Center.
  7. The Assistant Dean for Career Services and Professional Development may deny further services to a school that exceeds a reasonable number of requests in a given year.
  8. The Career Services Center reserves the right to deny or revoke reciprocity privileges to any individual who misuses the privileges or fails to comply with the policies of the Career Services Center.

Any questions regarding this policy should be directed to:

Career Services & Professional Development Center
Phone: 850.644.4495
careerservices@law.fsu.edu