Lydia DePillis of CNNMoney wrote:

…students at the University of California-Berkeley, Harvard, Georgetown, Yale and a number of other colleges and universities began setting up petitions and asking their career counseling offices to pressure corporate recruiters that come on campus to drop the arbitration agreements from their employment contracts.


In mid-May, 50 of the country’s top law schools sent a letter to 374 of the country’s largest legal employers asking them about their use of mandatory arbitration. The students said they would make the results available to other students so they could consider those policies when looking for a job.


Last week, exactly half of the employers responded.

Read more at CNNMoney.