It only took a single tweet—amplified by the #MeToo movement—to force a national debate about how large law firms force associates and other workers address alleged workplace misconduct.

A copy of Munger, Tolles & Olson’s contract for summer associates, including a mandatory arbitration agreement with a nondisclosure provision, emerged on Twitter in a series of posts in March by Harvard Law School lecturer Ian Samuel.

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