Kathryn Rubino wrote for Above the Law:

If legal industry insiders thought they could just wait out the uproar overmandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment at Biglaw firms, well, they may have misjudged the situation. A group of Harvard Law student activists, organized as the Pipeline Parity Project (PPP), have kept the heat on Biglaw firm DLA Piper when they defended their use of mandatory arbitration agreements with social media pressure (#DumpDLA) and they launched #DumpVenable when Venable reversed course on their use of the agreements.

And now students at elite law schools are upping the stakes with more direct action.

Read more at Above the Law.