At Klein Frank, P.C., we’ve made it our mission to defend those most in need of justice, particularly victims of egregious crimes like human trafficking. Our co-founder and Boulder personal injury attorney Beth Klein has dedicated her legal career to defending human trafficking victims, and she has recovered millions in verdicts and settlements on their behalf.
Because of these and many other achievements, Attorney Beth Klein was recently selected to appear in a groundbreaking independent documentary on female empowerment. Titled “The Empowerment Project,” the film is written and directed by Emmy award-winning director Sarah Moshman, and it aims to inspire young women with stories of female role models and leaders across the country.
As one of only a handful of women appearing in “The Empowerment Project,” Attorney Beth Klein was chosen to speak about her experiences as a personal injury attorney specializing in human trafficking cases. A Board Certified Trial Lawyer in Colorado, and one of the Top 100 Lawyers in the entire state, Attorney Beth Klein is well-known nationwide for her tireless advocacy on behalf of human trafficking victims. In the documentary, Attorney Beth Klein talks about the reasons why she became a lawyer, and about some of the reasons she has pursued personal injury in particular.
“Watching human trafficking networks getting broken, and watching the children and the women and the men who’ve been slaves become free is really amazing. Everyone deserves a shot at education, health, well-being, and freedom.” – Beth Klein
To watch more of Attorney Beth Klein’s interview in “The Empowerment Project,” check out the video clip below.
More than just an inspiring documentary film, “The Empowerment Project” forms the core of a larger movement, one that seeks to honor all the women in our lives. The brain child of filmmaker Sarah Moshman and producer Dana Michelle Cook, “The Empowerment Project” began with the goal of sparking conversations around the country, and encouraging young women to pursue the careers of their dreams.
Travelling more than 7,000 miles from Los Angeles to New York, the team behind “The Empowerment Project” interviewed only a handful of women across the country who are known for extraordinary accomplishments in their chosen field, including Attorney Beth Klein. By turning the media’s focus to female leaders and role models, the creators of “The Empowerment Project” are hoping to turn the tide and empower future generations of talented young women.
To learn more about The Empowerment Project or to schedule a screening near you, you can visit their website here.