A grassroots group of law students who banded together last year to oppose mandatory arbitration at law firms aims to expand into a national network of law school chapters while also taking on a broader scope of advocacy.

The Pipeline Parity Project, which started at Harvard Law School in April of 2018, announced this week that it has been renamed the People’s Parity Project to reflect its wider mission of “demystifying—and dismantling—coercive legal tools that allow the powerful to get away with violating workers’ rights, ripping off consumers, and shielding corporations from accountability.”

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