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Attorney representation in Human Rights mediation appeal or fact finding conference

An attorney is not required although legal counsel may be present at a Human Rights Conference. The Office of Human Rights is an independent agency empowered to investigate claims of alleged discrimination. It operates under its own policies, rules and procedures and therefore is self regulating. Therefore, anyone can voluntarily choose to have legal or other representation, but it is not required. Discrimination issues should relate to housing, employment, public accommodation, commercial and/or residential real estate, or racial and religious intimidation.
To speak with a Customer Service Representative, please call 311 during business hours.