Kathryn Rubino wrote for Above The Law:

Biglaw firms that employ mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment are having a PR problem. In the wake of the #MeToo movement, a ton of attention is being paid to firms that still employ the agreements. Harvard Law student activists, organized as the Pipeline Parity Project, have made it their mission to take down firms that require employees to arbitrate employment issues. Additionally, other student organizations at elite law schools have called out forced arbitration as “a process which advantages sophisticated, repeat players at the expense of individual claimants.”

And all the sturm und drang about the practice has translated into real change.

Read more at Above The Law.