University of Richmond School of Law The University of Richmond School of Law prohibits discrimination and harassment against any individual on the basis of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, political affiliation, genetic information, disability, military or veteran status or any protected classification in accordance with local, state and federal law. Use of law school resources, facilities or services in the recruitment and employment process affirms an employer's agreement to abide by law school policy. Military employers are granted a limited exemption.
University of Virginia School of Law The University of Virginia School of Law is committed to a policy against discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or status as a military veteran or as a current member of any branch of the military services. By returning employer registration forms and using the facilities or services of the Career Services Office, prospective employers are providing assurance of their commitment to observe the principles of equal opportunity stated above. Complaints that employers using the Career Services Office have failed to comply with this Law School policy will be investigated and, where deemed appropriate, sanctions, such as censure or exclusion, may be imposed. The portion of the Law School policy applicable to sexual orientation will not be applied to military employers.
Washington and Lee University School of Law The Washington and Lee University School of Law opposes discrimination in employment based on sex, age, race, religion, national origin, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, veteran's status, genetic information or any other legally impermissible or irrelevant ground. The facilities and services of the School are available only to those employers whose practices are consistent with this statement, and use of the facilities and services of the School of Law is construed as an affirmation by the employer that it does not so discriminate in selecting employees at any stage of the employment process. The Association of American Law Schools has taken the position that the current employment practices of the United States Armed Services do discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, and has granted a limited exemption to permit Armed Services representatives to recruit on campus due to the potential loss of funding to the University that would result from the Solomon Amendment.
William & Mary Law School Unless otherwise constrained by law, William & Mary is committed to providing an environment for its students and employees that is free from discrimination based on any personal factor unrelated to qualifications or performance such as, without limitation, race or color, citizenship, national origin or ethnicity, ancestry, religion or creed, political affiliation or belief, age, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, marital status, pregnancy status, parental status, height, weight, military service, veteran status, caretaker status, or family medical or genetic information. William & Mary also provides reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities as required by law.
In fulfillment of this policy and by using the services or facilities of William & Mary Law School's Office of Career Services (including, but not limited to the posting of jobs and participating in the Law School’s on- and off-campus interview programs), employers acknowledge that they have read and understand this policy and that their recruiting and employment practices are consistent with this policy.