Co-sponsored by Marsh Law Firm PLLC
This course was originally held on December 11, 2020.
This online CLE provides expert training on cases involving abuse in online spaces. As rates of online abuse and exploitation spike during the COVID-19 pandemic, training attorneys on these topics is crucial for the movement to achieve justice for survivors. This course will be informative for those currently in the practice, but it will also help those considering whether to take on such cases. Speakers include:
Professor Marci Hamilton, Founder and CEO of CHILD USA. She is the leading expert on child sex abuse statutes of limitation, she has filed countless pro bono amicus briefs for the protection of children at the United States Supreme Court and the state supreme courts, and she is the author of Justice Denied: What America Must Do to Protect Its Children.
James R. Marsh, Esq. has been licensed to practice law in New York and the District of Columbia and for almost thirty years. A University of Michigan Law School graduate, James represents victims and survivors of sex abuse in religious, educational, governmental, and military institutions; campus sexual assault and rape, online sexual exploitation; child pornography; sextortion and revenge porn.
James founded the nationally recognized Children’s Law Center in Washington, DC, and is an experienced trial attorney, and frequent commentator, lecturer, and author on legal issues affecting children and victims of sex abuse and exploitation. He founded the Marsh Law Firm in New York which is recognized worldwide for its work helping sexually abused victims and survivors obtain justice and rebuild their lives with dignity and respect.
Margaret E. Mabie, Esq. is an Associate at Marsh Law Firm and works to protect the rights of survivors in federal and state court. Maggie works on a wide range of matters representing survivors of childhood sexual abuse, child pornography, and campus sexual abuse, harassment, and retaliation. Her practice focuses on accountability and redistributing the burden of trauma to those that perpetrate and enable abuse.
This program is approved by the Boards on Continuing Legal Education of New Jersey and Pennsylvania for 3 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 1 qualifies as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism, and 2 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law.