Our client, Chrissy Chambers, received online donations to enable us to bring a civil claim for damages after her former partner posted explicit footage of her online without her consent.
News outlets cover our clients’ workplace discrimination complaint against Wheelock College, alleging they faced Anti-Semitic discrimination which has damaged their careers and reputations.
Georgina Calvert-Lee speaks about how to identify sexual harassment in the workplace when faced with romantic gestures.
Dr Ann Olivarius’ op-ed in the Telegraph explains how the existing law should be improved to better protect teenagers from revenge porn.
Colin McGinn, a professor at Miami University is accused of harassing a graduate student more than 30 years his junior. Ann Olivarius, the research student’s lawyer, said it’s an example of the long-standing sexist culture in universities.
Ann Olivarius is representing a student who filed a sexual harassment complaint against a male professor at Oxford. She is calling for UK unis to ban sexual relations between staff and students.
AO Advocates brought the first successful civil claim in the UK against ministerial servants of Jehovah’s Witnesses for child sexual abuse.
BBC Woman’s Hour interviews our Managing Partner, Dr. Jef McAllister, on non-consensual pornography legislation and challenges faced in the Chrissy Chambers case.
A Guardian documentary features our client Chrissy Chambers. Chrissy is the first person in the UK to seek both civil action and criminal prosecution for a former partner’s act of revenge porn.
Wendy Purcell, Plymouth University’s vice-chancellor, has stepped up her legal battle to win her job back. Purcell may have a claim for sex discrimination if she is dismissed.