Consumer Information Standard 509 of the Accreditation Standards
The consumer data required by Standard 509 can be found here.
The Career Services Office provides services to students and graduates of other law schools within the following guidelines:
- Reciprocal services are available on a one-to-one basis to students and graduates of other ABA-accredited/NALP member law schools who permit Mississippi College School of Law students and graduates use of their services.
- Requests for service must be made in writing by a placement or career-counseling administrator prior to the rendering of any services.
- Services will be available for a three-month period from the date of the person’s first contact with the office, however an extension can be requested.
- Reciprocal students and/or graduates may not participate in on-campus interviews with prospective employers.
- The Career Services Office reserves the right to terminate reciprocity privileges of individuals who violate these regulations or misuse our facilities and services.