The #MeToo movement has revealed the pervasive problem of sexual harassment in the workplace, and the legal profession has not been spared-but what will we do about it? At least one attorney has accepted the challenge: Ally Coll Steele, a former Boies Schiller associate, recently left her firm to launch the Purple Campaign and aims to confront sexual harassment in the workplace head-on. Join Ms. Steele, together with Ryan Park, an attorney in the NC Solicitor General's Office and a former clerk of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, for a guided discussion of what you, the next generation of lawyers, can do to answer the question: #NowWhat? Sponsored by the Career & Professional Development Center. For more information, please contact Julia DiPrete at Julia.firstname.lastname@example.org
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From #MeToo to #NowWhat: Navigating Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession
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