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    March 23, 2015

    NYSBA Live & Webcast Event: Human Trafficking in New York State

    by Athena Eastwood

    Human trafficking involves a variety of forms – forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation name only two of the facets in which a client may have been a trafficking victim. In this live & webcast program from the New York State Bar Association, faculty will provide an overview of New York State’s Human Trafficking laws, using case examples to illustrate a range of situations that attorneys may come across with their clients. Panelists will discuss in detail the skills needed to both recognize your client as a victim and represent them competently.

    March 20, 2015

    A VS. Event: What Lawyers Can Do to Fight Human Trafficking

    by Athena Eastwood

    On Wednesday, March 18, The Cadwalader Center for Community Service and Women’s Leadership Initiative hosted a VS. event, “What Lawyers Can Do to Fight Human Trafficking.” The panel discussion addressed key legal challenges in the fight against human trafficking and what lawyers can do to address these challenges from law enforcement, judicial, legislative, and service provider perspectives.

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