Earlier this month a Manhattan jury found former President Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing columnist E. Jean Carroll in 1996.

But the historic case was only made possible by the Adult Survivors Act, a law signed by Gov. Kathy Hochul that took effect last November.

The law grants survivors of sexual abuse a onetime window to sue their abusers and, potentially, the institutions or organizations that may have shielded the abuser — regardless of when the alleged abuse took place.

But in just about six months, the window to file a lawsuit closes.

A special panel joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Wednesday night to discuss the Adult Survivors Act.

Mariann Wang is an experienced attorney who currently represents clients suing for sexual harassment or assault. She is also the founder of the law firm Cuti Hecker Wang.

Liz Roberts is the CEO of Safe Horizon, a nonprofit that provides social services for victims of abuse and violent crime.