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While most employers strive to maintain a professional and sensitive attitude in recruiting and employment situations, there may be instances of offensive or discriminatory behavior. We encourage students to speak with an OCS advisor or the Assistant Dean for Career Services about any employer behavior that concerns them. If appropriate, OCS will work with the student and the employer to resolve the issue. If the employer has violated the HLS Employer Recruiting Policies, sanctions may be imposed. Potential sanctions include sending a letter of reprimand, barring the employer from using HLS facilities and services for a specified period, or any other sanction deemed appropriate.

Anyone who believes that he or she has been the victim of sexual or gender-based harassment or discrimination committed by an employer in connection with law school recruitment activities may file a formal or informal complaint.

Procedures for complaints under Title IX may be found in the HLS website under Title IX Policies and Procedures.