Join JWI's New York Young Women's Leadership Network to hear attorney Carrie Goldberg discuss how she created her own law firm and chose to focus her practice on Internet privacy and abuse, domestic violence, and sexual consent.
Event Chair: Emily Ashman
Carrie Goldberg's cases have included removal of intimate images from the Internet, restraining orders to stop online and offline abuse, school disciplinary hearings relating to sexual assault and Title IX, representing public figures facing reputational attack, and personal injury lawsuits stemming from rape and domestic violence. She has lectured about revenge porn, online privacy, and cyber civil rights at numerous professional associations, summits, and various undergrad and law schools throughout the country. She is regularly featured in articles and broadcasts about revenge porn, sex crimes, Title IX, etc., including for the BBC, Huffington Post, Vice, Newsweek, and the International Business Times. She was Cosmopolitan's "Fun Fearless Female" for August, 2014.
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