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Student Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct 

Outside Employment (During the Academic Year)

Students should plan to devote substantially all of their time to their law studies and related activities. Students shall not undertake remunerative employment in excess of 20 hours a week. Regulations of the Faculty of the School of Law, University of California, Davis, Regulation 1.11.

Reciprocity Policy

UC Davis law students can request access to a career services office at a law school in another city. Career Services is pleased to maintain good reciprocity relationships with the career services offices of other University of California law schools. Most schools throughout the country will require a request for reciprocity to come through the student's career services office. Please contact Career Services at careerservices@law.ucdavis.edu regarding the reciprocity policy of the law school you would like to access and to request reciprocity request letters.

The reciprocity policies of most law schools nationwide are posted on the NALP website.

The Career Services Office provides resource access to students and alumni of NALP member schools and ABA accredited law schools. For further details, view our reciprocity policy .

Non-Discriminination Policy

The UC Davis School of Law Career Services Office expects employers recruiting at King Hall to share our belief that the diversity of our students' backgrounds, experience and interests will enrich the legal profession.

UC Davis School of Law does not make its career services facilities or services available to employers who discriminate in the selection of employees on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, pregnancy (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth), physical or mental disability, age, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or service in the uniformed services (includes membership, application for membership, performance of service, application for service, or obligation for service in the uniformed services) status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran, in accordance with all applicable state and federal laws, and with university policy). Employers must ensure that they are in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act. A limited exception to this Policy exists for military recruiters to the extent that their employment and hiring practices are permitted under federal law.

An employer that submits a job posting or registers for our On-Campus Interview Program/Resume Collection affirmatively agrees to comply with UC Davis School of Law's Non-Discrimination Policy.


Relevant Policies Pertaining to Military Recruitment at UC Davis School of Law 

Employers are also expected to adhere to NALP Policies which can be accessed at: http://nalp.org/fulltextofnalpprinciplesandstandards