Law schools provide reciprocity (a mutual exchange of privileges) to other law schools who agree to provide similar services for their students and alumni.

It is the policy of the University of La Verne College of Law to make available selected services of the Career Services Office to students and alumni of ABA approved law schools on a case-by-case basis within the following guidelines:

1. Requests for reciprocity must be made in writing (mail, fax, or e-mail) by a career services professional of the requesting law school to:

Heather Startsman
Student Affairs & Career Services Coordinator
University of La Verne College of Law
320 East D Street
Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 460-2017
FAX (909) 460-2082

The requesting law school must receive written notification that reciprocity has been granted before the student or alumnus is provided the service. It is the responsibility of the requesting law school to notify its student or alumnus of the grant or denial of reciprocity.

2. Reciprocity visitors must bring a copy of the grant letter with them when they use the Career Services  Office’s services.

3. Reciprocity visitors are permitted to use the office for three months beginning on the day of their first visit to the office. The first visit must take place within three months of the date of the grant letter.

4. Reciprocity visitors may view remotely our online web based program, Symplicity, which lists job openings.   Visitors do not have access to career counseling, on-campus interviews, programming, or job fairs.

5. Reciprocity visitors who respond to job openings listed at the University of La Verne College of Law Career Services Office should mention the source of the job opening in their cover letter to prospective employers.

6. Reciprocity privileges are at the discretion of the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs & Career Services.  The Assistant Dean may limit or revoke privileges.