University of Michigan Law School
Description of Services
The Human Trafficking Law Project, run by Michigan Law School professor Bridgette Carr, is the Nation’s first clinical law program dedicated to fighting human trafficking. The Human Trafficking Law Project (HTLP) Database, which was launched in February 2011 by the Human Trafficking Clinic, is the first publicly available database of human trafficking cases within the U.S. Through the HTLP, the Clinic aims to help strengthen anti-trafficking laws in the United States and to support government officials, law enforcement, and practitioners who are working on behalf of human trafficking victims.
Geographic Area ServedUSA
CategoriesLegal Services (Accompaniment), Legal Services (Civil/Restitution), Legal Services (Criminal Defense), Legal Services (Family/Child Custody), Legal Services (Immigration), Legal Services (Labor/Employment Complaints), Legal Services (Orders of Protection), Policy Advocacy, Public Awareness, Research Tools / Resources, School Programs
Resource forAcademics / Researchers, General Public, Lawyers and Law School Clinics, Law Enforcement, Policy Advocates / Policy Makers
Last Updated on
February 25th, 2013