Dr David Cowan writes for the Global Legal Post:
The allegations by Ms Guerrero has spurred law students into action, mounting a protest against DLA Piper’s use of mandatory arbitration agreements, which they say allows employers to hide misconduct like sexual assault and discrimination. Students protested outside of offices in Boston, New York, and Washington DC. Demonstrators from Harvard, Columbia, NYU and Georgetown law schools handed out leaflets as part of a student-led initiative against “harassment and discrimination in the legal profession,” named the People’s Parity Project.
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