Attorneys for the plaintiff licensed to practice in
Preferred Contingent or Success Fee or alternative Pro Bono representation (possibly supplement by the pro bono fund or other compensation provided for attorneys representing clients on a pro bono basis).
The plaintiff has asked the Court for damages totaling $5,000,000. No offer has been made by defendants.
Bailey v. New York Law School, Anthony Crowell, Barbara Graves-Poller, David Schoenbrod, Ella Mae Estrada, case no. 16-CV-04283
Bailey v. New York Law School, case no. 18-252
October 2014 the plaintiff was assaulted on the campus of New York Law School by a white male student who was visibly under the influence of a powerful drug. This male's conduct towards women was known to the university at the time that plaintiff was assaulted. The school's response violated the plaintiff's rights, and the Court's March and December Orders insulates a bad-acting law school, lawyers, and attorneys from taking responsibilities for acts that should be subject to criminal prosecution. We will not be persuaded that members who join the legal profession are immune from prosecution for their bad acts.
(Yes, the plaintiff is a bad-ass, but more important...)The plaintiff’s health is an ongoing concern as a result of injuries stemming from this case. The defendants and their counsel have largely benefited from the plaintiff’s weakened state, which impacts her ability to perform and represent herself (although she intends to fight to the death). The plaintiff is now taking several steps to protect her ongoing interest in the case, including seeking representation willing to pursue a wrongful death action against New York Law School, Anthony Crowell, Deborah Archer, Barbara Graves-Poller, David Schoenbrod, Ella Mae Estrada, Jeffery Becherer, Howard Meyers, Erika Wood, Victoria Eastus, and Oral Hope if plaintiff does not survive. (Again, because no bad-actor deserves to go unpunished.)
This is a plaintiff who has documented her efforts to resolve the matter outside of court, and who previously sought aid from and reported her injuries to the
She has never stopped fighting what has always been a humanitarian crisis in the United States: the disparate ill-treatment of women. This takes lives.
The plaintiff is a U.S. born Marine veteran, women of color, marathon runner, and dancer, who has never been in trouble with the law. She has been treated less-than Human in order to grant unwarranted immunity to the defendants: a law school and several attorneys and lawyers; and persons intricately involved in the wrong doing cited in her case: the drug-using man who attacked her, Stephen Nesbit, who is now able to leverage his degree awarded by New York Law School, into access to vulnerable populations of women who are not aware of his prior acts committed against women.
Lastly, Jason Singer, a male student who harmfully interfered in the investigation of the case at the law school, after receiving favors from Anthony Crowell (the school's Dean), must also be held accountable.
We cannot afford predators, perpetrators and protected of wrong, to continue to reign and hold positions and seats of power, if we are to achieve parity for women. I would ask you to join me in redressing this wrong in any way you see fit.
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