Until DLA Piper dumps forced arbitration, we’re asking our fellow law students: Don’t interview with DLA Piper until it promises to stop making any of its employees—no associate, paralegal, custodian, or contractor—sign these coercive contracts.

Vanina Guerrero is a partner at DLA Piper who said she was sexually harassed and assaulted by a fellow partner. Instead of allowing her to bring her claims in a court of law, DLA Piper is choosing to enforce the forced arbitration clause it made her sign.

Tell DLA Piper to release its employees like Vanina Guerrero from forced arbitration—because no one should be forced to choose between vindicating their civil rights and their job.

Fighting Forced Arbitration at DLA Piper

DLA Piper Responds to #DumpDLA—Spoiler Alert: It’s Weak

DLA Piper Responds to #DumpDLA—Spoiler Alert: It’s Weak

DLA Piper has already gotten wind of the Pipeline Parity Project’s #DumpDLA campaign that was launched today. Unlike Kirkland & Ellis, which has refused to respond to questions from the Pipeline Parity Project as well as various media outlets about whether or not...

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