Some committees will provide you with a list of questions to answer and return before the interview. Your lawyer can help you indentify those questions that you don’t need to answer, usually on the basis that they are either irrelevant or, more likely, they are discriminatory. Age, gender, sexual orientation, relationship status, religious or political affiliation are all subjects that committees should not venture into. If they do, then politely ask why. If the reasons don’t stack up then don’t answer.