(Wilf Impact Center Conversations) The Woman-Led Accountability Movement

april 2022

tue05apr12:50 pm1:50 am(Wilf Impact Center Conversations) The Woman-Led Accountability Movement Event Organized By: Wilf Impact Center for Public Interest Law

Event Details

Hosted by the Wilf Impact Center for Public Interest Law, Wilf Impact Center Conversations is a speaker series that highlights how current events impact civil rights and civil liberties.

Our country has been seeing a push toward accountability in all areas of our lives, from private individuals to public figures. The movement primarily has been led by women—some have been seeking accountability and justice from powerful men who engaged in sexual harassment and assaults; others have helped private victims of abuse and harassment. 

Join us to hear from Carrie Goldberg, founder of victims’ rights law firm C. A. Goldberg, PLLC, for a discussion about the work her firm is doing to fight for accountability from abusers and to protect victims of sexual violence.  

Carrie Goldberg is the founder of victims’ rights law firm C. A. Goldberg, PLLC, which does groundbreaking work nationally fighting for targets of sexual violence online and off. Landmark cases challenging Section 230 immunity include Herrick v. Grindr which introduced the novel legal approach of applying product liability law to dangerous tech products. Goldberg’s well-known work for victims of nonconsensual porn is featured in the documentary Netizens and her work is profiled in The New Yorker, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Wired, Glamour, and more. Goldberg is the author of Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs, and Trolls, a 2019 New York Times Editor’s Choice, and Paramount TV is developing a fictionalized series about Goldberg and the firm. She attended Vassar College and Brooklyn Law School. 

This event is open to all NYLS students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

DATE
Tuesday, April 5, 2022 

TIME
12:50 p.m.–1:50 p.m. EDT

LOCATION
Virtual

RSVP
www.nyls.edu/ImpactRSVP

Co-sponsored by Legal Association for Women

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