University of Miami School of Law, under an agreement with ABA approved law schools, will grant reciprocity to third-year students and graduates of other law schools upon request of their law school career services office. Each law school has its own reciprocity policy. As a result, there may be varying restrictions on the services and resources available and access may be limited or suspended during certain times of the year. Reciprocity is granted on a one-to-one basis; University of Miami School of Law seeks the same consideration from the requesting law school. Third year students and alumni can contact the CDO office to arrange reciprocity with other law schools.
Please note the following procedures and conditions relating to University of Miami law students and alumni seeking reciprocity:
Please note the following procedures and conditions relating to students/alumni from other law schools seeking reciprocity at University of Miami School of Law:
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