Mitchell Hamline School of Law seeks applications and nominations for the position of president and dean
Mitchell Hamline School of Law President and Dean Anthony Niedwiecki announced in March 2023 that he would not seek a second contract when his term expired at the end of June 2024. Niedwiecki subsequently began a sabbatical and will return to teach in the 2024-25 academic year. Professor Jim Hilbert, who served as vice dean under Niedwiecki, was appointed to serve as interim president and dean until July 2024, when a new president and dean is expected to begin.
The national search for the new president and dean commenced in the summer of 2023. The school formed a search committee and contracted with Storbeck Search. Storbeck sought input from members of the Mitchell Hamline community over the summer, through approximately 25 listening sessions as well as an electronic survey. By fall, a search profile had been developed that describes the school and the leadership agenda for the next president and dean. That document forms the basis for recruiting a talented and diverse candidate pool. The committee anticipates narrowing the field of candidates to a group of finalists in late 2023 or early 2024. Members of the Mitchell Hamline community will be invited to interview the finalists and share input that will be factored into the board of trustees’ selection of the new president and dean.
Chair, President and Dean Search Committee Chair
- Mitchell Hamline School of Law president and dean search October updatePosted October 19
- Mitchell Hamline School of Law president and dean search updatePosted September 5
- Hilbert ‘ready’ to lead Mitchell Hamline as interimPosted August 22
The role of the president and dean
The president and dean serves as academic leader, external face, and chief executive of Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Working closely with an engaged and supportive board of trustees, the president and dean is responsible for providing overall institutional strategy building upon an established commitment to innovation and practical legal education. To aid in carrying out these duties, the president and dean supervises the following direct reports:
- Vice Dean for Academics
- Vice Dean for Administration
- Vice President, Finance and Administration
- Vice President, Enrollment
- Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations
- Dean of Students
- Executive Assistant and Administration Manager
The president and dean also serves as a trustee for the Public Health Law Center.
Opportunities and challenges for new leadership
Upon joining the Mitchell Hamline community, the president and dean will provide inspiring leadership and careful oversight for Mitchell Hamline School of Law to ensure that all aspects of the institution effectively serve its teaching, scholarly, and service missions. Additionally, the president and dean will embrace the following opportunities and challenges:
- Unifying the community around a vision for the future while fostering a shared culture of stability and mutual respect: In addition to the upheavals faced by all organizations over the past few years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mitchell Hamline continues to find its footing in creating a unified culture after the 2015 combination of William Mitchell College of Law and Hamline University School of Law. From cultural norms to practical policies, the next president and dean will collaborate with students, faculty, staff, and the board of trustees to clearly define the policies and values that unify the Mitchell Hamline community. Acknowledging that no successful institution can be everything to everyone, the president and dean will work, with transparency, to make decisions around future areas of focus for Mitchell Hamline. While the president and dean may be called upon to make difficult decisions that may not leave all stakeholders satisfied, the leader will do so after engaging in a process that allows for the voicing of all opinions and where the thought behind a decision is frequently and transparently communicated to ensure that all feel respected and heard. Furthermore, the president and dean will remain committed to decisions and follow through on commitments to full realization.
- Upholding the strength of Mitchell Hamline’s innovative approach to education and ensuring strong enrollments: As the first law school in the country to offer blended learning programs, Mitchell Hamline holds a well-deserved reputation for innovating legal education. In light of the broad challenges facing legal education and as competition increases, Mitchell Hamline will need to embrace this innovative spirit again to remain on the cutting edge of creative legal education while maintaining academic fundamentals and supporting a high bar passage rate. The next president and dean will bolster these efforts and encourage building upon existing innovative paradigms to further enhance a quality education that increases access to the profession, whether through new approaches to blended learning, nurturing the excellence developed through centers and institutes, or a creative endeavor not yet imagined.
- Ensuring financial stability and opportunity: Working closely with the board of trustees, the next president and dean will be responsible for stewarding the financial health of Mitchell Hamline. Ensuring fiscal stability while maintaining the quality of the Mitchell Hamline educational experience will be paramount to preparing for and navigating future financial pressures and challenges. The president and dean will work with the community to identify areas of fiscal opportunity in order to create sustainable workloads, increase salaries, and enhance economic, human, and operational structures. The president and dean will also serve as the school’s chief fundraiser, stewarding current donors, cultivating potential donors, and exercising creativity in pursuing new sources of short- and long-term support.
- Reinvigorating the campus’s commitments to and efforts around diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and belonging: Building upon the community’s robust efforts to enhance diversity and access efforts on campus, the President and Dean will work collaboratively to harness the community’s passions and energy to continue its journey toward becoming an antiracist institution. The President and Dean will have the opportunity to chart a path forward which may include restructuring staff support in this area, incorporating feedback from The Cee Suite 2022 study, fostering open dialogue and communication across constituencies, and focusing on equity in numerous areas, including faculty and staff workloads and equity of experience between BAM and Blended students.
- Enhancing and strengthening Mitchell Hamline’s relationships with alumni, members of the legal profession, community members, state and local government, and other external stakeholders: Mitchell Hamline has a long tradition of contributing to and partnering with members of the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota communities. These partnerships have enhanced learning at Mitchell Hamline while providing service and support to alumni causes, civic organizations, businesses, the legal profession, and more in the region. The President and Dean will utilize this history to leverage existing relationships, seek further opportunities for mutual benefit, and continue to raise the profile of the institution.
Desired qualifications and characteristics
The next President and Dean will be a dedicated advocate for legal education who possesses the managerial and leadership skills to successfully steward an independent law school. Additionally, the ideal candidate will display many of the following characteristics and qualifications:
- Practiced adeptness in bringing together various constituencies to align under a unified vision for an organization;
- Commitment to transparency and frequent, thorough communication across all constituencies;
- Nuanced fiscal acumen and an understanding of the impact of budgetary trade-offs;
- Record of successful fundraising from many sources and in gifts of various sizes;
- Commitment to decision-making, prioritization, and follow-through;
- Honed change management skills;
- Refined interpersonal skills and a desire to work with varied constituencies;
- Capacity to navigate the unique challenges faced by an independent law school, including serving a combined role as President and Dean;
- Boldness in facing disputes head-on, compassion in hearing all sides of an issue, and conviction in moving forward with decisions;
- Fluency with the lexicon of antiracism and the ability to facilitate open dialogue around diversity, equity, and inclusion concerns;
- Willingness to provide focused leadership when needed, balanced with an understanding of the importance of and a commitment to delegation;
- Appreciation for all modes of learning, from traditional to blended and inclusive of the efforts of clinics and centers;
- Desire to be part of the community in the Twin Cities region and Minnesota more broadly; and
- Demonstrated civility, professionalism, integrity, and humility.
About Mitchell Hamline
Mitchell Hamline School of Law provides a legal education grounded in theory and distinguished by exceptional practical training. A forward-thinking, autonomous law school governed by an independent Board of Trustees and with a history dating back more than 100 years, Mitchell Hamline has continually shaped legal education to be relevant to today’s students, their future clients, and the legal profession. Mitchell Hamline maintains an unparalleled commitment to making legal education accessible and offers an unmatched number of enrollment options. Mitchell Hamline students graduate prepared to put their degree into practice or use their legal training in the profession of their choice.
At a glance
- Independent, private law school
- Region’s largest law school
- Largest part-time enrollment in the nation
- Consistently voted best law school by readers of Minnesota Lawyer
- Star Tribune “Minnesota’s Best” Gold Readers’ Choice in Graduate/Professional Education
- First ABA-approved law school to offer a blended half-online, half in-person enrollment option
- Named a Best Online J.D. Program by Princeton Review and Leader in Online Education by preLaw magazine
- Chief Justice Warren Burger graduated with the class of 1931 and, like Justice Harry Blackmun, was a professor and trustee here
- Ranked 9th or higher for dispute resolution by U.S. News & World Report for 23traight years. Also highly ranked in health law, intellectual property, family law and child protection, clinical training, and part-time programs by publications like U.S. News and preLaw.
- Broad curriculum offers specialization in areas of law beyond those related to our centers and institutes
- Study-abroad opportunities in England, Japan, Israel, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Ireland, Chile, Malta, the Czech Republic, and more
More about Mitchell Hamline
Mitchell Hamline School of Law was born out of a 2015 combination of the William Mitchell College of Law and Hamline University School of Law, and its history and legacy are profound.
One historical stream of Mitchell Hamline School of Law goes back to the 1900 founding of a night law school for working people who needed an alternative to daytime law school. Five notable St. Paul lawyers worked tirelessly to form the Saint Paul College of Law. The College received ABA approval in 1938. Former Justice William Mitchell of the Minnesota Supreme Court was its first dean. In 1958, Saint Paul College of Law merged with the Minneapolis-Minnesota College of Law to become the William Mitchell College of Law School. William Mitchell became known for its pioneering work in practical legal education, including highly ranked clinical programs and centers in Native American law, children and the law, intellectual property, and law and business.
The second historical stream that became Mitchell Hamline began when Hamline University started offering a program in legal education soon after its founding in 1854. The initial program was short-lived, as when the Civil War broke out in 1861, most of Hamline’s students joined the Union Army. Hamline’s second venture into legal education began in August 1974, when it became home to a new law school organized by about three dozen law students attending the proprietary Metropolitan School of Law in Minneapolis. Fearing that their law school was not advancing toward ABA approval, the students met at the Normandy Inn in Minneapolis in December 1972 to found a new law school built from the ground up. The Metropolitan students recruited judges and lawyers to assist in establishing the new Midwestern School of Law. In 1975, the school became an official part of Hamline University, and the ABA provisionally approved it the same year. Hamline University School of Law inaugurated one of the country’s first weekend part-time J.D. programs. It became primarily known for its public service focus in areas like children’s legal issues and its highly ranked Dispute Resolution Institute and Health Law Institute.
In 2015, the two law schools combined to form Mitchell Hamline School of Law—and the commitment to experiential learning, innovation, and accessibility became a hallmark of the curriculum. Standing on the shoulders of its predecessors, Mitchell Hamline School of Law leverages a long, rich history of providing innovative, forward-thinking, and accessible legal education. This extraordinary union brought together two law schools that had shaped Minnesota’s legal landscape for more than a combined 155 years, creating the largest law school in the region and the top choice for motivated students who want to pursue a rigorous, practice-based legal education in a way that fits their lives. With approximately 20,000 alumni and over 50 faculty members, the new law school is leading the way in innovating new legal education opportunities in its blended programs and experiential education in particular.
Vision and mission
Mitchell Hamline will be the nation’s leading innovator in legal education. We provide rigorous, practice-based training that equips students for the changing realities of the legal profession. We empower students to pursue careers of meaning. We use technologies in new ways to expand access to legal services and legal knowledge.
We live, study, and teach the law, working to make it just and accessible. We are dedicated to:
- Serving as a gateway to opportunities that enable students to further causes about which they are passionate
- Preparing students to compete successfully for jobs that exist today while positioning them to excel in jobs yet to be created
- Expanding access to legal knowledge throughout society, among lawyers and non-lawyers alike
- Providing access to high-quality legal education for people from a wide variety of backgrounds
- Advancing the rule of law and justice for all
Location and regional highlights
Located just minutes from downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, Mitchell Hamline School of Law is nestled in the beautiful, vibrant, and historic Summit Avenue neighborhood, home to the nation’s longest stretch of preserved Victorian architecture. There are dozens of restaurants and shops on nearby Grand Avenue, parks and trails to explore across the Twin Cities, energetic nightlife and entertainment options, student groups to join, and school-sponsored events that connect students with thousands of Mitchell Hamline graduates who live and work in the area.
The Twin Cities is an ideal place to go to school and a great place to live, work, and play. Minnesota has earned external accolades and has been recognized as the second-best state in the nation for natural environment, infrastructure, and healthcare. St. Paul and Minneapolis have a thriving economic climate with a highly skilled and educated workforce. The region has among the lowest unemployment rates of the country’s large metro areas, and some of the world’s most recognizable companies are based here, including 3M, Target, Cargill, Best Buy, Ecolab, UnitedHealth Group, and General Mills. The Twin Cities is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies.
The Twin Cities are also active. There are miles of trails, dozens of lakes, the winding Mississippi River, and acres of parks in the metro area to enjoy. And with skating, skiing, snowshoeing, and ice fishing, winter does not put an end to outdoor activities. The Twin Cities arts and culture scene also has plenty to offer, with myriad options for live theater, live music, and dance. There are dozens of art, science, and history museums spread throughout the community. Finally, St. Paul and Minneapolis are a sports lover’s dream, with professional baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and soccer teams.
Mitchell Hamline is a top law school for dispute resolution and health law and a nationally recognized pioneer in clinical programs. It offers a multitude of legal education programs, combining legal theory and training with other professions, such as business and public health. The school also prides itself on offering courses not widely available, notably providing expertise in Native American Law and Sovereignty.
In January 2015, Mitchell Hamline became the first ABA-approved law school in the nation to offer students the chance to earn a law degree through a hybrid blend of half online and half on-campus instruction. The program, termed “blended learning,” is particularly noteworthy given Mitchell Hamline’s trailblazing approach; because the school was the first, it has had the time to build on technological platforms and continuously improve instructional techniques. Given the program’s popularity and success, the school extended the hybrid J.D. program format to an Executive J.D. and a weekend option, including a popular case-study workshop component in which students learn firsthand from lawyers and participants in actual cases. All programs allow students who otherwise could not obtain their J.D.s to access and thrive at Mitchell Hamline. This is particularly salient for students who live in states without law schools and whose life commitments preclude an out-of-state move for a three- or four-year stint. Today, 60 percent of students enroll as blended learning students.
With deep ties to the local community and Minnesota more broadly, many students opt to complete their J.D.s on campus. On-campus enrollees can earn a traditional J.D. in three years as a full-time student or continue to work full time and earn a J.D. as a part-time day or evening student. Campus classrooms use modern design and technology to enhance learning, providing students with spacious work areas to make room for collaboration. Professors can access the latest high-tech teaching tools, allowing them to better engage and interact with students during their lectures. Mitchell Hamline also boasts a model courtroom/classroom design that gives students an authentic courtroom experience. They are highly versatile, filled with adaptable technology and modular furniture that allows for a number of courtroom and classroom setups. Today, 40 percent of students enroll in the on-campus program.
The American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar, accredits Mitchell Hamline School of Law. The school is also a candidate for accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission, a historically regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
Centers and institutes
Through a unique set of Centers and Institutes, Mitchell Hamline offers students specialized instruction across a range of areas. These include:
Center for Law and Business
William Mitchell and Hamline Law had long histories of providing a curriculum in law and business for students. The combination of the two schools has blended the best of both programs, and the center is committed to providing law students with the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to succeed as business leaders, business managers, and business lawyers.
Center for the Study of Black Life and the Law
The Center for the Study of Black Life and the Law is integral to Mitchell Hamline’s identity as an antiracist institution and the site of scholarly and community engagement regarding the dignified treatment of Black and BlaQueer (LGBTQ+) people under the law. It integrates legal advocacy, grassroots organizing, and artistic expression and inquiry along with academic study. The Center supports scholarly, professional, and creative work that seeks to foster social justice for Black people.
Dispute Resolution Institute
Dispute resolution is at the core of the Mitchell Hamline law curriculum because it teaches identification of interests, mutual understanding, creative problem solving, and artful negotiation—all skills that contribute to the Dispute Resolution Institute’s concentration, offering rigorous academic discourse, hands-on simulation experience, and cross-disciplinary examination of conflict theory, advocacy, and problem-solving for law students, lawyers, and other professionals. For the past two decades, the Dispute Resolution Institute has been ranked in the nation’s top 10 dispute resolution programs by U.S. News & World Report.
Health Law Institute
The Health Law Institute is the primary reason why Mitchell Hamline’s health law program was ranked nationally by the latest U.S. News & World Report specialty ranking. Through specialized courses and experiential learning, the institute provides students with real-life health law experience. The institute’s national speaker series and advanced courses for working professionals take education beyond law students to the Upper Midwest’s accomplished community of healthcare attorneys, practitioners, and business professionals.
Institute to Transform Child Protection
Through a focus on innovative policy, substantive research, training, and community engagement, the Institute to Transform Child Protection works toward a more effective nationwide child protection system that preserves families, prevents trauma, and builds resilience within communities.
Intellectual Property Institute
The Intellectual Property Institute offers a robust curriculum taught by faculty experts recognized locally and around the world. Mitchell Hamline I.P. students benefit from access to some of the world’s leading innovators at 3M, Cargill, Medtronic, and more.
Native American Law and Sovereignty Institute
Mitchell Hamline’s Native American Law and Sovereignty Institute is unique as a legal program at Mitchell Hamline. The institute has dual purposes of furthering legal education in the field of Native American law and of recruiting, supporting, retaining, and graduating Native American law students. Further, the institute allows Mitchell Hamline to maintain a strong connection to the Indigenous peoples of the region and the sovereign Tribal Nations in Minnesota.
Public Health Law Center
The Public Health Law Center is a national nonprofit law and policy organization that helps health leaders, officials, and advocates use the law to advance public health. Founded in 2000, this organization is a leader in U.S. public health policy and a respected legal resource for dozens of local, state, national, and international health organizations.
The trait that best defines the student who chooses Mitchell Hamline is motivation. Whether they are second-career professionals, dreamers and idealists, recent undergraduates, or individuals with a compelling personal history with the law, they choose Mitchell Hamline for a reason and with a goal in mind. They come to Mitchell Hamline from Minnesota and the Upper Midwest and, partially through the online blended learning program, from around the country and the world. Blended learning students need self-motivation to build and keep personal study schedules. Many have used that motivation to complete their four-year J.D. program a year or more early. Many people whose law school ambitions have been on hold for years while raising a family, establishing a career, and investing in their communities have found Mitchell Hamline to be the only school where they could earn their J.D. in a fully supportive and collegial setting.
Ask any faculty member about Mitchell Hamline students, and you will hear about their diversity, passion, and unique backgrounds. Today’s student body consists of approximately 465 full-time and 735 part-time students, for a total of just under 1,200 enrollees. The students hail from 47 states, the District of Columbia, and 28 foreign countries. Twenty-six percent identify as students of color, and 56 percent identify as women. The class entering in Fall 2022 consisted of 351 students. Sixty-four percent of these students identify as female; 29 percent identify as a student of color; and 13 percent identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community. Furthermore, 40 percent of the class were first-generation students, and nearly 90 percent were the first member of their family to attend law school.
Mitchell Hamline’s 20,000 alumni are leaders in the profession, working in the state’s and country’s largest law firms, Fortune 500 companies, judiciary, government, and nonprofit organizations. In Minnesota and nationwide, Mitchell Hamline alumni form a robust network that graduates utilize for both professional networking and community camaraderie.
Mitchell Hamline is proud of its many notable alumni, including a U.S. Supreme Court chief justice, trailblazers who overcame discrimination, governors, members of the U.S. Congress, CEOs of multinational corporations, and defenders of the disenfranchised. Their incredible achievements are a testament to Mitchell Hamline’s tradition of excellence.
Faculty and staff
Mitchell Hamline’s faculty include professors who: have been asked to serve as Special Assistant Attorney General to the State of Minnesota; received the William E. McGee Public Defender Award of Excellence; served as assistant commissioner and principal regulator of Minnesota nursing homes, hospitals, health plans, emergency medical services, and health occupations; ranked among the Top 20 most cited health law scholars in the United States and the Top 50 in the world; served as General Counsel for the Sisseton-Wahpeton (Dakota) Oyate tribe; received the Mary Parker Follett Award for Excellence and Innovation in Dispute Resolution; inducted into the Martin Luther King Jr. Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College; and served on the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board. This group of 52 full-time and one part-time scholars and teachers form the backbone of the campus community. Currently, 55-percent of faculty identify as women, and 30-percent identify as people of color.
Alongside the faculty, a diverse group of approximately 140 full-time and 11 part-time dedicated employees are essential to developing and supporting Mitchell Hamline’s academic and co-curricular experience. Staff members are passionate about Mitchell Hamline’s mission around access, social justice, and aiding students and faculty in providing the best experience. Of the current 151 staff members, 65-percent identify as women, and 29-percent identify as people of color.
A talented group of thought leaders and administrators oversees Mitchell Hamline’s day-to-day operations. This group includes experts managing Human Resources, Enrollment, Student Affairs, Academic and Faculty Affairs, Finance and Administration, Institutional Mmanagement, and Development and Alumni Relations. The executive assistant and administrative manager also supports the senior team.
As an autonomous law school, Mitchell Hamline’s Board of Trustees is an independent group. The board consists of approximately 35 members, many of whom are graduates of Mitchell Hamline or a predecessor institution, as well as leaders in the community. The group’s executive committee comprises a chair, vice chair, secretary, and treasurer. Of the Board’s current 33 members, 39-percent identify as women, and 24-percent identify as BIPOC. Board members serve three-year terms.
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and access
The community at Mitchell Hamline believes that diversity, in all of its forms, benefits the classroom, the school, and the legal profession. Mitchell Hamline is a welcoming and respectful community where individuals can explore differences in a safe and positive environment and where students learn not only from their professors but also from the diverse life experiences of their classmates. In support of this commitment, Mitchell Hamline employs several approaches to institutionalizing efforts and creating systems of accountability.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion works with the Mitchell Hamline administration, faculty, and staff to create an environment where students feel comfortable expressing their racial, ethnic, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, and all other dimensions of their social and cultural identity. The office offers a number of programs and services that help students build a vibrant learning community, as well as explore the law from different perspectives.
Diversity Credit Requirement
Mitchell Hamline’s matriculating students are required to attend at least six total hours of extracurricular diversity programming. Of the six total hours required before graduation, at least four hours must be completed in the student’s 1L or 2L year.
Land Acknowledgment Statement
Through the guidance of the Native American Law and Sovereignty Institute, Mitchell Hamline has adopted a land acknowledgment statement as a step towards recognizing the history of the land on which the school now stands.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Steering Committee
The Mitchell Hamline Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Steering Committee embraces all parts of the Mitchell Hamline community. The committee functions as an advisory body to the president and dean, executive leadership team, and faculty. The committee’s goal is to promote an inclusive culture, particularly with respect to groups that are historically underrepresented in the legal profession. The committee provides a forum for learning and sharing innovative programs and best practices that enhance diversity and inclusion to create a sense of belonging. The steering committee has divided its work into subcommittees, which include: Classroom Climate, Staff and Faculty Climate, Student Culture, Communications, Human Resources/Hiring and Best Practices, Activities and Events, Recruitment and Admissions, and Alumni.
Equity Leadership Institute
In Partnership with the YMCA Equity Innovation Center of Excellence, Mitchell Hamline School of Law provides faculty and staff an opportunity to learn, grow, and develop their knowledge, skills, and awareness of equity and
Mitchell Hamline’s commitment to community and collective decision-making extended to the most recent strategic planning process. The strategic plan was created through the work of more than 100 community members, with input from students and alumni as well. Collectively, the community decided to focus on five key strategic areas: Curriculum, Access and Opportunity, Student Experience, Organizational Excellence and Culture, and Community.
The strategic plan summary contains detailed information on each goal as well as a sample of the key desired action steps and outcomes for each.
Finances and fundraising
Mitchell Hamline’s operating budget for FY24 is $33 million. Its endowment, inclusive of other long-term investments, is valued at $53.9 million as of March 31, 2023.
Mitchell Hamline is 80 percent tuition- and fee-driven, with auxiliary enterprises and fundraising serving to augment the revenue streams. The institution is committed to keeping its tuition pricing low, and it currently provides one of the lowest tuition rates in its peer group at $51,620 for the 2023-24 academic year. Financial assistance is available to students through grants, scholarships, awards, loans, and employment.
For FY23, the school raised approximately $4.7 million from alumni, foundations, and other key supporters. This is an increase of roughly $1.8 million from FY22.
Procedure for candidacy
This is a full-time position that will be performed on site in Minnesota. Salary is commensurate with experience with a generous benefits package. For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications to:
Julie E. Tea, managing director
Anne E. Koellhoffer, managing associate
Mitchell Hamline School of Law is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, veteran/military status, disability or handicap, age, sexual orientation, status with regard to public assistance, or any other protected class status defined by law.
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