The law students behind a national effort to end mandatory arbitration at law firms stepped up their efforts Tuesday, handing out leaflets outside the offices of Venable and DLA Piper in Washington, D.C., and Boston.

The students, led by Harvard Law School’s Pipeline Parity Project, also are asking the National Association for Law Placement to begin collecting information from firms to identify those that require employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements.

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