Mariann Meier Wang has been litigating civil and human rights cases for over twenty years, focused on combatting institutional injustice and systemic racism, sexism and abuse of the disadvantaged. She is a founding partner of Cuti Hecker Wang LLP, where her cases today include: an action for libel against President Trump based on his denigration of a woman who spoke out against his unwanted sexual touching of her, along with myriad other efforts to address sexual and racial assaults and harassment, retaliation, childhood sexual abuse, housing, lending and employment discrimination, labor law violations, police misconduct, First Amendment protections, prisoners’ rights, and LGBTQ discrimination. Her past experiences include working at the ACLU and an international human rights law group in London. She graduated from Harvard College and Columbia Law School, and clerked for the Honorable Sterling Johnson, Jr. in the E.D.N.Y.

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