Zoë Lawton is a legal researcher by trade. But after a sexual harassment scandal rocked one of New Zealand’s top law firms, she’s become one of the nation’s leading voices on the #MeToo movement.

Her blog, which she launched in late February, cast a spotlight on alleged sexual misconduct in New Zealand’s legal industry, prompting the legal community there to take action to stem  harassment and discrimination in the profession.

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