Career Development Office Reciprocity
Reciprocity privileges are available only to 3D/4E students and alumni. These privileges enable you to gain access to job postings at law schools outside the Baltimore-Washington D.C. region. To request reciprocity, contact .
Law Schools requesting reciprocity privileges for their students or alumni must contact Terri Goode, Recruitment Coordinator, at 410-706-2080, . Please review the reciprocity policy below.
- Reciprocity privileges will be considered for 3Ls and alumni of ABA-accredited law schools outside the state of Maryland on a one-to-one basis. Therefore, we will allow one non-Maryland third-year student or graduate to use our office for every Maryland third-year student or graduate who uses the Career Services Office of the requesting law school.
- Requests for reciprocity services must be made by a Career Services official of the requesting law school. Requests may also be faxed or sent via e-mail. Please provide the dates the student/graduate plans to visit. Additionally, please provide your student/graduate with copies of our written response. The individual must wait for a copy of our written response before contacting this office. If reciprocity is granted, the individual must bring a copy of the letter when visiting and check in with the Reciprocity Coordinator upon arrival.
- Reciprocity privileges will be granted for 1 month and may be renewed twice during an academic year.
- Reciprocity is granted from the date the Career Development Office responds to the letter of introduction sent by the requesting law school. Reciprocity is not available during the period of July 31 through December 1. During this period, use of the Career Development Office is reserved for students and graduates of the University of Maryland School of Law.
- Reciprocity includes access to the Career Development Resource Library and access to current job posting binders. If reciprocity has been granted by this law school, the individual may not request reciprocity from or use the services of the University of Baltimore School of Law Career Services Office during the period of reciprocity.
- When responding to notices found in Career Development, individuals are required to state in cover letters to employers that job listings were obtained through a reciprocal agreement with the individual's law school and the University of Maryland School of Law.
- The following services are not available as reciprocity privileges: on-campus interviews, résumé referrals, access to blind postings, or counseling services.
- Career Development may deny privileges to any individual who misuses its facilities or services, or to any law school surpassing a reasonable number of reciprocity requests within any academic year.