Carrie Goldberg is founder of victims’ rights law firm, C. A. Goldberg, PLLC. The Brooklyn firm does groundbreaking work nationally fighting for targets of sexual violence online and off. Her landmark cases include Herrick v Grindr which introduced the novel legal approach of applying product liability law to dangerous tech products and K.M. v City of New York which is the highest known recovery in a Title IX case in NYC. Goldberg's well-known work for victims of nonconsensual porn is featured in the documentary Netizens and profiled in The New Yorker, Elle, Cosmo, Wired, Glamour and more. Goldberg is the author of Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Pyschos, Stalkers, Pervs & Trolls a 2019 NYT Editor’s Choice. Goldberg attended Vassar College and Brooklyn Law School.