As the result of deeply entrenched gender discrimination in pay, power and promotions that she and other women have experienced, Ms. Campbell decided enough is enough. In 2016, she took a public stand to end gender inequality in the legal industry by becoming lead plaintiff in a class action law suit against a BigLaw firm. Ms. Campbell’s fight for gender equality and accountability in the legal industry has been the subject of global interest, sparked public dialogue and served as a catalyst for positive change. She has written for or been profiled by major national and international publications including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business Week, that National Law Journal, Law360, Bloomberg BNA, New York Daily News, the ABA Journal, Reuters, Fortune and others.
A silence-breaker herself, Ms. Campbell is acutely aware of the difficult and far-reaching negative consequences of discrimination and harassment. To advance the fight to end sexual harassment and injustice in the workplace, she has joined the Legal Network for Gender Equity administered by the National Women’s Law Center. The Legal Network for Gender Equity is an important arm of the TIME’S UPTM Movement established to enable more women and men to access our legal system to hold wrongdoers accountable.
No more silence.
No more waiting.
No more tolerance for discrimination, harassment or abuse.