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Summary

This webinar explores the dramatic growth in the use of mandatory, binding arbitration in the United States. The program featured Karla Gilbride, Co-Director of the Access to Justice Project at Public Justice and counsel of record in Morgan v. Sundance (an arbitration case currently pending in the Supreme Court), and Sarah Staszak (Princeton), author of Privatizing (In) Justice: Arbitration and Litigation Reform in the U.S. (forthcoming, University of Chicago Press).

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Recorded on April 15, 2022.
Video transcripts can be provided upon request. Please email executive@law.berkeley.edu.