Carrie Goldberg is a victims’ rights lawyer born and raised in Aberdeen, Washington. Her law firm, C.A. Goldberg, PLLC, litigates nationally for targets of online harassment, stalking, and sexual assault. Her major litigations include Herrick v. Grindr, NNAF v. John Doe, Hadley v. City of Anaheim, L.W. as parent/guardian of K.M. v. New York City Department of Education. Carrie has been profiled in the New Yorker, Wired, Glamour, and the Times of London, to name a few. Her work was featured in the award-wining documentary Netizens, and Paramount studio is currently developing a fictional show on her life and firm.
Before starting her law firm, Carrie provided social services to Nazi victims and went on to become a lawyer for the Vera Institute of Justice. Carrie attended Vassar College and Brooklyn Law School. She resides in Brooklyn, New York. Her book Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Stalkers, Psychos, Pervs and Trolls will be released in August 2019, published by Penguin.
Contributions by Carrie Goldberg
The Right to Be Let Alone: Privacy and #MeToo
Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2019