Millennial Legal Justice Project

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Millennial Legal Justice Project is a young NY based startup that prioritizes legal justice for the career professional millennial. 

October 2014 I was attacked on New York Law School's campus by a drug-using white male student. (My attacker--Stephen Nesbit--now has a law degree courtesy of New York Law School). Ivy League graduated, career lawyers, including the Dean and then Assistant Dean at NYLS were more interested in protecting their careers, the school's reputation, and the predator than the Marine veteran, woman of color who was attacked. 

I pleaded for legal help--any help--from everywhere. From the White House, NYC Mayor, Legal Grievance Committee, New York Attorney General, Manhattan District Attorney's Office, The Board of Education, Office of Civil Rights, and Time's Up (to name a few). 

Now I have injuries that I might not survive. I have been representing myself in a legal action since April 2016. There are two separate ongoing legal cases:

Bailey v. New York Law School et al., 16-cv-04283

Bailey v. New York Law School. 18-252

Millennial Legal Justice Project is long overdue. This is my experience as a U.S. woman of color, in a country that aims to be a beacon for human rights for all. 

Not one more human should suffer what I have endured, and not one more entity or individual should be granted what amounts to an immunity from bad acts because of status. In the United States, no person is supposed to be above the law. Not Anthony Crowell, Deborah Archer, Stephen Nesbit, David Schoenbrod, Oral Hope, Victoria Eastus, Ella Mae Estrada, Erika Wood, Howard Meyers, Jeffery Becherer, Barbara Graves-Poller, and not New York Law School. 

So, I am building entities and movements that will survive me. 

Not one more. 

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