Associate Hannah Meropol joined C.A. Goldberg PLLC’s legal team after earning her J.D. from NYU School of Law. Hannah’s client advocacy has focused on victims of sexual assault, harassment, and nonconsensual pornography.
She works closely with clients to define their goals and priorities, using this highly individualized approach to inform her legal strategies.
Hannah is admitted to practice law in California and is based in San Francisco (watch out, Silicon Valley). Before joining our firm, Hannah explored the intersection of civil rights and gender justice through internships in employment discrimination, family defense, and with the Civil Rights Bureau of the New York State Office of the Attorney General. Prior to law school, she worked for the Ford Foundation’s program on Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice.
J.D., NYU School of Law
B.A. in Political Science, Stanford University
A selection of Hannah’s recent accomplishments on behalf of our clients:
- Hannah worked alongside C. A. Goldberg, PLLC founder Carrie Goldberg to secure a $2.95m settlement for our client who survived an assault and received threats and attempted public humiliation from the offender. Within two weeks of being hired, C. A. Goldberg, PLLC had a draft complaint served on the abuser.
- Demanded that an offender delete intimate images of a victim that he threatened to disseminate after the breakdown of their relationship. Advocated with law enforcement to secure a warrant for his arrest.
- Ascertained the identity of an offender who met our client in an internet chat room, and prevented his attempts to blackmail her with her intimate photos.
- Successfully demanded the removal of dozens of our high-profile client’s leaked intimate photos from pornography websites.
- Advocated for a victim of intimate partner abuse whose former partner stalked, harassed, and attempted to weaponize the family court system against her.
- Advocated with law enforcement on behalf of a victim of sexual assault by her landlord.
- Assisted a victim of intimate partner violence in her efforts to serve her evasive offender with a temporary Order of Protection.
- Advised a victim of domestic abuse who sought restraining orders against her offenders.
Media and presentations
- New York Magazine: Could Amber Heard Win Her Appeal Against Johnny Depp?
- Washington Post: How to reclaim your digital life after an abusive relationship
- Preliminary hearing begins for movie producer accused of sexual assault
- Upcoming revenge porn trial could ‘re-traumatize’ victims of sexual violence, legal expert says
- Revenge porn case highlights a power dynamic inherent to many sexual violence cases, legal expert says