Six months of #MeToo: Hopes are high for lasting impact

The Times Up Legal Defense Fund was launched in January by the National Women’s Law Center with the aim of providing attorneys for victimized women, notably those in low-wage jobs who couldn’t afford a lawyer on their own. Fatima Goss Graves, the law center’s CEO, says more than 500 attorneys have signed up, and complaints have been fielded from more than 2,300 people. […] Goss Graves hopes the initiative proves long-lasting. “There is not a quick fix to this problem,” she said. “If there was, we would have fixed it long ago.”