The Honorable Sandra Mazer Moss, like many of our guests, has too many accomplishments to list. She is best known as a founder of the Complex Litigation Center and the Mass Tort Litigation Committee which laid the framework for the modern mass tort industry.
When Sande started law school in the 1970s, she was a single mother of two young children, working two jobs to feed her family. After graduating, she quickly found herself the target of sexual harassment by a judge that threatened to end her career. Overcoming these obstacles, Sande began to distinguish herself with a brilliant analytic mind and genuine compassion for the people in her courtroom.
In this episode, we talk to Sande about her grandfather’s labor union organizing, why she almost became an investigative journalist, and her views on sexual harassment in the workplace.