NALP member law schools support a policy of providing job search assistance to students and graduates of other schools through reciprocity. This allows law schools to provide reasonable access to their career resources for a prescribed period of time for law students and graduates from other law schools that agree to provide similar services. This Reciprocity Policy, in part or as a whole, may be modified by DePaul University's Law Career Services Office at any time, without advance notice.
DePaul Law students and alumni may request access to the career office at a law school in another city for a prescribed period of time by delivering the Reciprocity Form (found in Symplicity's Resources Tab) by email, fax, or hand delivering to DePaul's Law Career Services Office. Please note that many law schools have blackout dates during which time reciprocity requests will not be granted. Our office will notify you by email of the outcome of your reciprocity request as soon as we receive confirmation from the school from which you are seeking reciprocity. Please note that reciprocity services are a privilege and are not guaranteed.
If you have questions about reciprocity, please email or call (312) 362-8385.
LCS provides reasonable access to resources for Reciprocity Seekers (a student at or graduate from a law school other than DePaul Law) from law schools outside of the Chicago area that allow similar access to their services on a reciprocal basis. The specifics of the policy are listed below. Please note the following:
A Reciprocity Seeker's career office should send the completed Reciprocity Form or an email containing the following information to LCS:
If you have questions about reciprocity and/or would like to obtain a Reciprocity Form, please email or call (312) 362-8385.
LCS provides reasonable access of resources to Blue Demons (a graduate of any college - other than Law - of DePaul University who is a student at or graduate of any law school other than DePaul University College of Law who is seeking reciprocity with DePaul University College of Law's Law Career Services Office) as follows.