Carly N. Mee
Carly N. Mee is a Title IX and Victims' Rights Attorney who provides direct assistance, civil assistance, and criminal advocacy to survivors at the K-12, undergraduate, and graduate levels. Prior to joining The Fierberg National Law Group, Ms. Mee was a Senior Staff Attorney at the legal nonprofit, SurvJustice, for over 3 years.
Ms. Mee received her J.D. from George Mason University School of Law. While in law school, Ms. Mee clerked for a D.C.-based employment discrimination firm and held legal internships with the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and multiple civil rights nonprofits. Ms. Mee was also a Research Editor for the George Mason Law Review, served as a Board Member of the Virginia Bar Association Pro Bono Society, received the Virginia Bar Association Pro Bono Excellence Award for dedicating the most pro bono hours as a first-year law student, and was awarded the 2015 School of Law Public Service Student Scholarship for her demonstrated commitment to public service work.
Prior to law school, Ms. Mee received her B.A. in Sociology from Occidental College, where she co-founded a coalition that received national attention for its efforts at reforming the ways in which higher education institutions address sexual assault. She also received the Ford Mentors Endowment Grant to research bystander intervention in sexual assault and went on to present her findings at state and national research conferences.
- J.D., George Mason University School of Law, cum laude
- Research Editor of the George Mason Law Review
- Board Member of the Virginia Law Association Pro Bono Society
- Recipient of the School of Law Pro Bono Award
- Recipient of the Virginia Bar Association Pro Bono Excellence Award
- Recipient of the 2015 School of Law Public Service Student Scholarship
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Occidental College
- Co-Founder of a Coalition to Reform Higher Education Institutions Handling of Sexual Assault
- Recipient of the Ford Mentors Endowment Grant
- Recipient of the 2019 Unsung Hero Award from the Virginia Attorney General's Office for her dedicated service to victims of crime in the Commonwealth of Virginia
- Past liaison to the American Bar Association Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence
- The Washington Post
- The New York Times
- The Independent
- Various Other Media Outlets
- Commonwealth of Virginia
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit