because stepping up for yourself… is also protecting others –
let’s stop the merry-go-round… Together!
some experiences may cast a shadow of doubt... don't let it - nobody should ever have to say "me too" again
Civil Rights Law Firm
Me too Advocates is comprised of Legal Professionals with a cumulative 100+ years of legal experience and healing broken lives.
Being violated in the workplace is unacceptable and it’s time to stop the cycle of abuse by perpetrators who behave as if above the law. It’s wrong and it’s against the law.
Our civil rights lawyers and dedicated staff are here for you now, offering guidance, solace and then solutions.
Each story shared with us is confidential based on Attorney-Client privilege. We are based in California, and able to help you in every state.
Take the First Step...
1. Begin the Healing
You want an understanding shoulder and you want professionals... we are both.
2. Sharing Your Story
Feel free to submit anonymously online with confidence and confidentiality.
3. Seeking Solutions
Being violated is never okay. We offer guidance to begin a journey of answers.
Confidential Case Evaluation
With over 200 jury trials, our civil rights and personal injury attorneys have the compassion, mediation skills and trial lawyer experience to tell your story to a jury with a favorable response, or get a significant
settlement out of court.
Everybody has a constitutional right to be treated with dignity and respect, especially in the workplace. We will get to know you and the impact this chapter of harassment (and maybe abuse) has had on your life.
Although women are a majority target, we recognize and welcome everyone, regardless of gender or gender identification. We agree,
nobody should ever have to say “me too” again.
In the Media
Oprah Winfrey Golden Globes 2018 Speech | Hollywood Reporter
Jan 7, 2018 – Oprah Winfrey made history at the Golden Globes and delivered a rousing speech in which she predicted a time when women won’t have to say “me too” ever again. The entertainment mogul accepted the annual Cecil B. DeMille Award on Sunday night, becoming the first black woman — and the 15th …
WATCH: “Nobody will ever have to say ‘me too’ again” – Oprah …
Oprah Winfrey’s speech earned her a ovation after she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Achievement in …