Ryan Donahue, a 2L at Harvard Law School, took to LinkedIn yesterday to explain why he walked away from a summer associate position at a New York City law firm to show support for Ukraine.

“While most of the world has united in opposition to Putin and his war of aggression against Ukraine, a certain segment of the legal community has not,” Donahue posted. “Amazingly, some Big Law firms have refused to close their offices in Russia and permanently cut ties with Russian oligarchs and state-owned companies.”

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