Colorado Law students and alumni can access career development services at law schools in other areas. Our Career Development Office grants reciprocal services to students and alumni of those ABA-accredited/NALP member law schools that accord reciprocal privileges to our students and alumni.
Colorado Law students seeking reciprocity
A Colorado Law student or alum wishing to tap into the career development resources of another law school should first review the reciprocity policies of schools they are interested in, and then contact Zach Johnson who will make the request on their behalf. If reciprocity is granted, students and alumni are expected to honor the reciprocity policy of the host school.
Non-Colorado Law students seeking reciprocity
Services available if reciprocity is granted
Guest accounts are "browse-only." As such, guests cannot upload documents to the system, nor can they participate in on-campus interviews, job fairs, or mock interviews. In addition, services such as career counseling, resume review, and cover letter review are NOT available to guests. When responding to notices found in our Symplicity system, guests are required to let employers know that they found the job listing through a reciprocal agreement with the University of Colorado Law School.
Colorado Law offers 3-month guest subscriptions to CDOnline at the rate of $45. Paid subscriptions are not subject to our reciprocity blackout period. Please note that guest subscriptions are also "browse-only" and do not include participation in on-campus interviews, job fairs, or mock interviews. Guest account holders will not be able to upload documents to the system. Subscriptions are non-refundable.
To subscribe to CDOnline, mail a check payable to the "University of Colorado" along with a letter of intent including what law school you went to/are going to, your proposed or past graduation date, and your email address to:
Career Development Office
University of Colorado Law School
Wolf Law Building, 401 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0401
When responding to notices found in our Symplicity system, guests are required to let employers know that they found the job listing through a paid subscription to the University of Colorado Law School’s job database.
Questions should be directed to Zach Johnson.
The University of Colorado Law School Career Development Office provides its students and graduates with equal opportunity to obtain employment without discrimination or segregation on the grounds of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender (including identity and expression), sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran status. By utilizing the services and facilities of the Career Development Office you are agreeing to abide by that principle and to comply with the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws established by the federal and Colorado governments.