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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.[1] Harvard’s “Early Interview Program” is the largest such program in the country,[2] 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.[3] What students won’t have, however, is basic information about their prospective employers’ discrimination and sexual harassment policies...
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