Law Schools Must Take A Stand Against Mandatory Arbitration
Law360 (July 10, 2018, 5:12 PM EDT) -- Later this week, Harvard Law School students will begin bidding on interview slots to kick off a months-long recruitment process for summer associate jobs at the nation’s top law firms. Harvard’s “Early Interview Program” is the largest such program in the country, and thanks to the Office of Career Services, students will arrive for interviews equipped with everything from emergency lint-rollers to fashion advice to a daily continental breakfast. What students won’t have, however, is basic information about their prospective employers’ discrimination and sexual harassment policies — despite organized efforts to require such disclosures in the wake of #MeToo.
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