If you believe that an interviewer asked inappropriate questions not related to your ability to do the job in your interview, please notify the Career Services Office. Your concerns will remain confidential. The Career Services Office wants to ensure that the interview process complies with state and federal law and law school policy, but we must be made aware of issues in order to address them with employers.
Saint Louis University School of Law has a policy of Equal Opportunity that we ask all employers interviewing on campus to sign. An exception to this policy exists for military recruiters in response to the Solomon Amendment. This exception does not represent a change in the equal opportunity policies of the School of Law or the Association of American Law Schools.
Certain questions related to race, color, gender, age, economic status, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status should not be asked by an employer and used as a basis for making a hiring decision.
Some examples of these questions are: