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From left: Lauren Guth Barnes of Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro; Suja Thomas, professor at University of Illinois College of Law; F. Paul Bland Jr., executive director, Public Justice; Eric Mogilnicki of Covington & Burling; and Kalpana Kotagal of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll discuss the future of class actions and arbitration at the American Constitution Society annual convention on June 10, 2016.From left: Lauren Guth Barnes of Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro; Suja Thomas, professor at University of Illinois College of Law; F. Paul Bland Jr., executive director, Public Justice; Eric Mogilnicki of Covington & Burling; and Kalpana Kotagal of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll discuss the future of class actions and arbitration at the American Constitution Society annual convention on June 10, 2016. (Photo by Zoe Tillman/ALM)

The rise of mandatory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts has long dismayed the plaintiffs bar. So you might expect the mood at a panel of progressive lawyers discussing arbitration and the future of class actions to be glum resignation.

But on Friday, during the annual convention of the American Constitution Society, the take wasn’t all glass-half-empty.

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