Amy Condon is an investigator in the Office of Equal Opportunity. In this role, she conducts investigations into all allegations of discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct brought forward by members of the Brandeis community. Amy also conducts trainings for faculty, staff and students in these areas.
Before coming to Brandeis, Amy was an attorney at the law firm of Bowditch & Dewey, LLP in the Labor and Employment Division where she conducted Title IX and employment discrimination and harassment investigations, trained clients on Title IX and harassment and discrimination issues, and litigated employment law matters.
Prior to moving to private practice, Amy was the Chief Legal Advisor to the Boston Police Department. In that role, Amy served as the Department’s general counsel, and reviewed and advised on all internal employment investigations, including those involving harassment and discrimination. Amy also trained employees on and drafted policies related to workplace harassment and discrimination. Prior to her tenure at the Boston Police Department, Amy was an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Boston Law Department, where she litigated civil rights and employment law cases.
Amy completed her undergraduate degree at Boston College and received her law degree from Roger Williams University School of Law.