Schuyler Affirmative Action Practice

         A Law Firm Specializing in Federal Contractor Compliance

Schuyler AAP provides legal counsel and compliance assistance to federal contractors in fulfilling their obligations under the regulations enforced by the Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.  The firm provides Affirmative Action Plan preparation, OFCCP audit response, and on-site representation.  Clients include academic institutions and all other types of Supply and Service federal contractors.

  • Federal Contractor Compliance Assistance
  • OFCCP Audit Response
  • Risk Assessment
  • Affirmative Action Plan Preparation
  • OFCCP Compliant Compensation Analyses
  • AAP Advice and Counseling
  • EEO Investigations
  • Mediation

Ms. Schuyler is working with OFCCP to clarify areas of the regulations which have posed challenges to academic institutions.   If you would like more detailed information or to be added to the distribution list for updates on the process, please send your request to

Supreme Court Update


The case of Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. Harvard involves a challenge to affirmative action in college admissions.  SFFA alleges that Asian applicants are admitted at a far lower rate than they should be, based on their "academic index."  


On June 23, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in Fisher v. University of Texas, upholding the University of Texas’s consideration of racial diversity in its admissions process. In a 4-3 decision, the Court held that carefully crafted admissions policies that consider racial diversity as one factor in creating a well-rounded student body are constitutional under the Equal Protection Clause.

Marilynn Schuyler coordinated the attorneys from the American Association for Access, Equity, and Diversity who co-wrote two Amicus Curiae briefs filed on behalf of the University of Texas.