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James R. Marsh

Attorney

<p>A University of Michigan Law School graduate, <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesmarshlaw/">James</a> represents victims of sex abuse in schools, colleges, churches, and government and military institutions; <a href="http://title9.us/" target="_hplink">campus sexual assault and rape</a>, online sexual exploitation; child pornography; sextortion, and revenge porn.</p><br /> <p>His case on compensation for victims of child pornography in federal criminal restitution proceedings was recently decided by the United States Supreme Court. That case, <em><a href="http://childvictims.us/supreme-court-decision/">United States v. Paroline</a></em>, led to the <a href="http://childvictims.us/" target="_hplink">Amy and Vicky Child Pornography Victim Restitution Improvement Act</a> currently pending in the House and Senate.</p><br /> <p><a href="mailto:jamesmarsh@marshlaw.us" target="_hplink">James</a> founded the nationally recognized <a href="http://childrenslawcenter.org/" target="_hplink">Children’s Law Center</a> in Washington, DC, and is an experienced trial attorney, and frequent <a href="http://childlaw.us">commentator</a>, lecturer, and author on legal issues affecting children. He now leads <a href="http://www.marshlaw.us/" target="_hplink">Marsh Law Firm</a> in New York which is recognized worldwide for its work helping <a href="http://www.facebook.com/marshlawfirm">sexually abused victims</a> obtain justice and rebuild their lives with dignity and respect.</p>