Chloe M. Neely
Chloe M. Neely is an attorney specializing in sexual assault victims’ rights and has worked with victims of sexual assault in many different capacities, both in a civil and criminal context.
Before law school, Ms. Neely worked as a Legal Advocate at King County Sexual Assault Resource Center in Renton, WA for three years, where she helped hundreds of sexual assault survivors and their families navigate the criminal justice system.
Ms. Neely interned for both the United States Attorney’s Office - District of New Jersey and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office during law school, and was a summer associate with The Fierberg National Law Group, during which she co-authored a book chapter with Douglas Fierberg for Hazing: Destroying Young Lives; Chapter 9, Universities and College Groups Must Begin Disclosing Threats of Sexual Assault and Other Campus Violence (Author, Hank Nuwer, Indiana University Press 2018).
Before joining the firm, Ms. Neely clerked for the Honorable Lee H. Rosenthal in the Southern District of Texas.
Ms. Neely is currently taking a sabbatical from The Fierberg National Law Group to clerk for a federal appellate court.
- J.D., New York University School of Law, magna cum laude
- Member of the Order of the Coif
- Recipient of the Harry J. Rudick Memorial Award for Excellence in Taxation
- Staff Editor for the Annual Survey of American Law
- Florence Allen Scholar
- Sudler Family Prosecution Fellowship Recipient
- 2015 National Crime Victims Law Institute Annual Conference Law Student Scholarship Recipient
- Member of the NYU Law Women Board
- Member of the International Refugee Assistance Project
- Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, Grinnell College, with honors
- Member of the Phi Beta Kappa (ΦΒΚ) Honor Society
- New York