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The Associate General Counsel reports to the General Counsel and manages litigation matters, responds
to internal and external complaints, and advises on discrimination, student affairs, employment, and
other matters. The Associate General Counsel works independently and responds to demands and
claims, coordinates discovery response and litigation holds, responds to third-party subpoenas and
records requests, and oversees outside counsel on litigation and other matters. 

The Associate General Counsel also represents the University in administrative matters before state and
federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, the Massachusetts
Commission Against Discrimination, and the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission. The Associate
General Counsel advises University administrators on responding to internal complaints and grievances,
including academic grievances, discrimination complaints, and student conduct matters, and provides
administrators with prospective advice to avoid complaints and grievances. In addition, the Associate
General Counsel advises internal clients and supports other attorneys within the Office of the General
Counsel in connection with a variety of matters, including regulatory, employment, compliance,
transactional, and real estate matters. The Associate General Counsel drafts legal memos, claim
response letters, and agreements, including settlement and separation agreements. 
The Associate General Counsel drafts, revises, and advises internal clients regarding university policies
and training. The Associate General Counsel interacts with administrators in all areas of the University,
outside counsel, and opposing counsel.

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