After a mandatory arbitration provision and nondisclosure agreement in a Munger, Tolles & Olson summer associate employment contract emerged on Twitter nearly two months ago, law students from some of the nation’s top law schools are now taking action.

From the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law to Harvard Law School to the Georgetown University Law Center, students have penned letters calling on law school administrators to bar firms with these agreements from using campus facilities to recruit new summer associates.

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