A recent change in Netflix corporate policy—likely triggered by the controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle’s 2021 standup special—offers advice to law firms navigating the current struggle between institutional priorities and personal values of associates.

Management at Netflix made waves in the cultural waters last week by modifying an internal statement on corporate culture to make clear that, first, the network will continue to program “for a diversity of audiences and tastes,” and, second, if an employee finds some of that content “harmful,” then “Netflix may not be the best place for you.”

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