Venable Next For Students Pushing To End Forced Arbitration

By Chris Villani (February 4, 2019, 2:42 PM EST) -- Following successful campaigns to convince Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Sidley Austin LLP to end mandatory arbitration at their firms, a group of Harvard law students is now urging peers to boycott Venable LLP, calling the firm's "jaw-dropping" policy "among the most egregious examples of forced arbitration" in a social media campaign Monday.

A group of Harvard law students pushed their peers to boycott Venable LLP in a social media campaign Monday, slamming the firm for lying to incoming summer associates about its mandatory arbitration policy last year. (Getty) The Pipeline Parity Project wants law school students to #DumpVenable due to the...

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