In the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado, abusive conduct, discrimination or harassment based on race, sex, gender, gender identity, pregnancy, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age (40 years and over), or disability, and retaliation is prohibited.
The Court has adopted an Employment Dispute Resolution Plan (EDR Plan) that provides options for reporting and resolving allegations of abusive conduct, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in our workplace. This Plan applies to all judges, current and former employees, including all law clerks, chambers employees, paid and unpaid interns, externs, and other volunteers, and applicants for employment who have been interviewed.
Employees and applicants can report, resolve, and seek remedies for abusive conduct, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under this EDR Plan by contacting of the Court's EDR Coordinators or the Circuit Director of Workplace Relations/National Office of Judicial Integrity.
Judicial Integrity Officer
Director of Workplace Relations
- EDR Plan
- EDR Fillable Forms
- How to Report Wrongful Conduct Anonymously
- Judicial Conduct and Disability Act
- Tenth Circuit Judicial Conduct and Disability Information
- Rules for Judicial-Conduct and Judicial-Disability Proceedings
- Judicial Conduct and Disability Complaint Form