Carter Sherman wrote for VICE:

Women’s groups at some of the most prestigious U.S. law schools are renouncing law firms that forbid employees from suing over issues like sexual harassment and discrimination.

Boards for women’s law associations at Yale, Harvard, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, University of California Berkeley, Stanford, University of Chicago, New York University, and Cornell announced Monday that they would no longer accept money from law firms that force employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements and would not “promote these firms to our members in any way,” according to a joint statement issued by the boards.

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