Kirkland Ends Forced Arbitration After Harvard Group Boycott

By Chris Villani (November 21, 2018, 12:51 PM EST) -- Kirkland & Ellis LLP announced Wednesday it would no longer require arbitration to settle employment disputes involving associates or summer associates, less than two weeks after a group of Harvard law students urged their peers to boycott the international firm over its use of so-called coercive contracts....

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