Office of Legal Affairs & Labor Relations
Faculty & Staff
Legal Affairs & Labor Relations
The Office of Legal Affairs & Labor Relations is responsible for:
ensuring compliance with the University bylaws, policies, and collective bargaining agreements, and city, state and federal laws;
providing legal advice and guidance to the President, academic, student and administrative divisions;
overseeing the labor-management grievance process;
serving as liaison to the University General Counsel’s Office, Office of Human Resource Management and Office of Labor Relations, and the NYC Law Department in litigation matters;
functioning as the Records Access Officer (FOIL), FERPA Appeals Officer, and Ethics Officer.
Appeal Process Flowchart
Appeal Process Statement
Phone: (718) 482-5077
Fax: (718) 609-2012
Domestic Violence Policy
Proclamation - Domestic Violence Awareness Day
NY State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence Bulletin
NYS Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
Outside Activity Report
NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics
FERPA Notification of Student Rights
Directory Information Non disclosure form
FOIL Request Form
Multiple Position Policy and Forms
Multiple Position Policy
Multiple Position Report Form for Full-Time Faculty
Multiple Position Permission Application Form for Non-Faculty
Non Discrimination Posters
The Office of Legal Affairs, Labor Compliance and Diversity provides notary services for members of the college community. There is no fee for this service.
Please bring unsigned original document(s) and identification.
Representation and Indemnification
CUNY Employee Representation & Indemnification
Subpoenas & Other Information Requests
The College receives requests for information in various forms such as subpoenas, courts orders or notices (for employee or student records, or in some instances requiring an individual to give testimony in a current or potential court proceeding). The College has a responsibility to ensure certain legal requirements, if any, are met before releasing such information. Consequently, if someone attempts to serve you with a subpoena or other requests for information concerning the college, its faculty, students or staff, you must take the following steps:
In Person/Walk-In Requests:
Direct the person to the Office of Legal Affairs, Labor Compliance and Diversity in Room E-512. Should the person not comply, please call our office immediately for advice, at Ext. 5077.
Mail – Mark the date and time of receipt on the envelope or document, sign the envelope or document and deliver immediately to our office in E-512.
Email – Forward immediately to
If you have any questions, please call us at 718 482-5077
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