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Non-Discrimination Policy

California Western School of Law does not discriminate on the basis of age; ancestry; citizenship status; color; creed; disability or medical condition; gender; pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions; gender identity or expression; marital, military or parental status; national origin; race; religion; sexual orientation, or any other basis prohibited by law in the interviewing and employment of students and graduates.

Participation in our Career and Professional Development programs is restricted to those employers who agree to comply with this policy.

Interview Cancellation Policy

We encourage you to apply and to take full advantage of interview and recruiting programs that require students to submit their applications through the Career and Professional Development Office (Interview Programs).

Please be aware that the appropriate time to decide whether you will accept and attend an interview through an Interview Program is at the time that you submit your application to the Career and Professional Development Office.

When you apply to a participating employer, this means that the employer representative will be taking time from his or her schedule to review your application and select you for an interview.

Therefore, if you are chosen for or you sign up for an interview through an Interview Program, you must accept and attend the interview.

  • In the event of an urgent change of circumstances after the time you submit your application for a position, or an emergency arises that would preclude you from attending the interview, you must seek permission from the Career and Professional Development Office to cancel your interview as soon as possible.
  • Your circumstances will be evaluated individually and permission to cancel determined on a case-by-case basis.
  • You must appear for the interview unless excused by Assistant Dean Courtney Miklusak.
  • Under any circumstance of an excused cancellation, you must write a letter of apology/explanation to the employer.

Failure to adhere to this policy will result in suspension from participation in interview programs for the remainder of the academic year or other appropriate action as determined by the Career and Professional Development Office.