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The Career Development Office agrees to make available its services to students and graduates of other law schools on the condition that their law school provides reciprocal privileges to Osgoode Hall Law School students and graduates.

Reciprocity is usually granted for a period of three months and includes access to our in-house resource library, on-line employer information database, and on-line employment opportunity site as well as one meeting with a career development officer.  Reciprocity does not include access to career fairs or on campus interviews.

The request for reciprocity services must come directly from your home school’s career development office.