Samuel Turner wrote for Yale Daily News:

Last March, the Supreme Court ruled 5–4 in the Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis case that it is legal for employers to require workers to sign away rights to file class-action lawsuits against employers.

In a 2018 piece for HuffPost, Law School professor Judith Resnik called the Epic Systems ruling an “epic” harm to the justice system.

Pipeline Parity Project — a grassroots organization of law students fighting for fair, equitable workplaces — has been a vocal participant in these anti-discrimination efforts, according to one of its lead organizers, Harvard law student Molly Coleman.

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