Female student groups at prominent US law schools are cutting ties with law firms that force employees to sign away their right to sue over sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination.

About a dozen student organizations that represent women released a statement Monday saying they will stop accepting funding from these firms, and will no longer promote these firms to members as future employers, or “in any way.” Women’s law associations at Yale, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago, Cornell, New York University, and the University of California Berkeley are among those who signed the statement.

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