Reciprocity Information

Career and Professional Development Access For Students and Alumni Of Other Law Schools

Options For Students Of Other Law Schools:

The facilities and resources of the Office of Career and Professional Development are available to current law students of schools which provide reciprocal services to our students.

To obtain access to OCPD resources:

A career services administrator at your school should submit a reciprocity request in writing and send it via mail, email or fax to the contact person listed at the bottom of the page.

A student granted reciprocity will:

a) Receive online access to our job listings for a three month period, starting with the date of the request, if our students will receive on-line access at the requesting school.

b) Not able to receive counseling advice or participate in On-Campus Recruiting (OCI).

Options For Alumni Of Other Law Schools:

Alumni of schools, which provide services to our graduates, will be able to use University of Wisconsin's online job bank.

To obtain access to OCPD resources, alumni of others schools may:

1. Purchase a subscription to the Symplicity online job bank for six months for $50 or one year for $100. No reciprocity request from your home law school is needed.

To purchase a subscription:

Send a subscription request with your name, address, email address, law school name, date of graduation, and a check payable to "University of Wisconsin Law School" to the contact person listed at the bottom of the page.

2. Request home law school to submit reciprocity request:

A career services administrator from your home law school should submit a reciprocity request in writing and send it via mail, email or fax to the contact person listed at the bottom of the page.

The online access to our job listings is valid for a three month period, starting with the date of the request (if our graduates receive on-line access at the requesting school). There is no fee associated with this request.

Reciprocity requests and subscription payments should be sent to the attention of:

Ms. Annie Haugen
Office of Career and Professional Development
University of Wisconsin Law School
975 Bascom Mall, Room 3221
Madison, WI 53706
Phone: 608-262-7856
Fax: 608-265-6289
Email: angela.haugen@wisc.edu

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