Margaret E. Mabie is an Associate at Marsh Law Firm and works to protect the rights of survivors in federal and state court. Maggie works on a wide range of matters representing survivors of childhood sexual abuse, child pornography, and campus sexual abuse, harassment, and retaliation. Her practice focuses on accountability and redistributing the burden of trauma to those that perpetrate and enable abuse.
Maggie is a cum laude graduate of Syracuse University with degrees in Public Relations and Political Science and a minor in Rhetoric and Public Advocacy. Maggie earned her Juris Doctor from the Syracuse University College of Law and her M.P.A. from the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Prior to joining Marsh Law Firm, she worked briefly with the Center for Victims of Torture, in Washington, D.C. where she advocated for vulnerable communities across the world.
Maggie is a member of the National Crime Victim Bar Association. She volunteers for the Global Accountability Project. Maggie published the white paper “Living Proof:” A Report on the Yazidi Genocide with the Syracuse University College of Law’s Syrian Accountability Project. Maggie has presented at conferences and events at the Syracuse University Newhouse School of Public Communications and at Brooklyn Law School regarding the impact of sexual trauma.
- Title IX Campus Sexual Assault
- Child Sex Abuse
- Child Pornography
- Crime Victim’s Rights
- Criminal Restitution
- Children’s Rights
J.D., Syracuse University College of Law, 2019
M.P.A., Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, 2019
B.A., Syracuse University, 2016
Graduated cum laude
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice