Danielle Bader, Rachel Schumann, and Chris Worden organized and hosted a roundtable discussion at the American Society of Criminology Meetings in New Orleans, LA to discuss the limitations of the law and the criminal legal system as well as the challenges balancing the rights of the victim and accused in sexual assault cases. Roundtable discussions covered topics including how stereotypes about the “ideal victim” are grounded in limited knowledge about women’s sexuality and the implications for victims who transcend those stereotypes, the benefits of the civil court as an alternative form of resolution with within the legal system, as well as online disclosure as an alternative form of recourse outside of the legal system. Bader is a PhD student in Sociological Criminology at the University of Guelph and Research Assistant at the CSSLRV. Schumann is a PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto in Sociology who completed her Master’s at UG. Worden is a Master’s student in Sociology at the University of Guelph.