Grewal Law PLLC is known throughout Michigan as staunch and unwavering legal champions for sexual assault survivors. Our own Attorney Mick Grewal is heavily involved in the ongoing Larry Nassar lawsuit. Nassar was convicted for sexually abusing and molesting hundreds of young female athletes while he was acting as the USA Gymnastics national team osteopathic physician at Michigan State University (MSU). Attorney Grewal represented more than 100 of Nassar’s past victims in a civil case pursuing fair and just compensation and closure, which ended in a $500 million global settlement for the survivors.
We are proudly continuing our mission of supporting sexual violence survivors by acting as the main sponsor of the planned “Finding Our Voice: Sister Survivors Speak” exhibit at the Michigan State University Museum.
“Finding Our Voice” will be an incredible museum installation that will allow sister survivors to speak and reflect on the sexual assault crisis at the MSU campus. Art, poetry, and other exhibits will help visitors to better understand the scope of sexual assault and the harm it causes to innocents each day, both locally and globally. The presentations will not only bring public attention to stories of sexual violence, but will also create a space for people to learn, heal, and take action. Together, we can all build towards a greater tomorrow free of sexual violence.
Important information about the “Finding Our Voice” exhibit:
- Opening reception: Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at 5:30 PM
- Display dates: Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 to Saturday, March 30th, 2019
- Location: MSU Museum Main Gallery
- Address: 409 West Circle Drive, East Lansing, MI 48823
For more information about the “Finding Our Voice” exhibit at the MSU Museum, you can call the Museum at 517-355-2370, or visit museum.msu.edu. You can also call (888) 211-5798 to connect with Grewal Law PLLC and speak to one of the key sponsors of the exhibit. We are always happy to talk about the importance of preventing sexual violence, promoting healing spaces for survivors, and demanding institutional accountability from offenders.