Policy Against Discrimination
Michigan State University College of Law is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and complies with the accreditation standards set forth in Section 6-3b of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) bylaws, which states:
A MEMBER SCHOOL SHALL PURSUE A POLICY OF PROVIDING ITS STUDENTS AND GRADUATES WITH EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT, WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION OR SEGREGATION ON THE GROUND OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, HANDICAP OR DISABILITY, AGE OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION. A MEMBER SCHOOL SHALL COMMUNICATE TO EACH EMPLOYER TO WHO IT FURNISHES ASSISTANCE AND FACILITIES FOR INTERVIEWING AND OTHER PLACEMENT FUNCTIONS THE SCHOOL'S FIRM EXPECTATION THAT THE EMPLOYER WILL OBSERVE THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY.
In order to preserve funding of student loans under the Solomon Amendment, MSU College of Law permits the presence of the U.S. Military for on-site interviews and solicitation of resumes for resume-only recruiting.