Selendy & Gay is the latest law firm to stop requiring attorneys to sign mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment, building on a campaign to end the practice that emerged in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

The move by the law firm—a 40-lawyer litigation boutique that spun off from Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in early 2018—was first announced Thursday by the People’s Parity Project, an organization of law school students that aims to end discrimination and harassment in the legal industry.

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