While Rule 1.5 of the professional rules allows for arbitration clauses, it does not require them.
When a person files in a court that is assenting to jurisdiction; if the court is improper the court may, on its own motion, deny the petition based on jurisdictional issues, or the opposing party may bring it up. But the plaintiff, by filing, would consent to that court. A party can still file for a change of venue as it is up to the court to decide if they are the proper court to hear the motion.
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