Aidan F. Ryan of the Harvard Crimson wrote:

A group of Harvard Law School students recently wrote an open letter calling for the school to ensure that law firms who recruit on campus “protect the rights of their employees” to come forward and seek legal action if they “experience harassment, discrimination, or workplace abuse.”


… Students laid out specific policy changes they would like to see the Law School implement. For one, they want the Office of Career Services to require employers who recruit on campus to remove the mandatory arbitration and non-disclosure agreements from their contracts.


The letter also calls for the Law School to create and distribute “an anonymous workplace climate survey” for students who return from summer employment.

Read more at the Harvard Crimson.