Future of #MeToo: Experts discuss next steps for movement

If you are being watched, leave now!


February 17, 2020

The #MeToo movement has brought an unprecedented level of awareness about sexual harassment and assault into American society, but how will that awareness be translated into change? This was the question at the center of a panel discussion on the legal and political ramifications of the movement and its future held on Monday at Stanford Law School (SLS). 

The panel, which was moderated by Legal Momentum CEO Carol Baldwin Moody, featured leading pollster and political strategist Celinda Lake; Director of the National Judicial Education Program to Promote Equality for Women and Men in the Courts Lynn Hecht Schafran; and SLS professor and Director of the Center on the Legal Profession Deborah Rhode.