Prof. Bridgette Carr, '02, directs the Human Trafficking Clinic. Her research and teaching interests focus on human trafficking, immigration, and human rights, and she is a member of the Michigan Human Trafficking Taskforce. In 2013, she was appointed to Michigan's first Commission on Human Trafficking by Attorney General Bill Schuette. Prof. Carr has assisted in the establishment of a human trafficking clinic in Mexico and is working to assist in the creation of other such clinics around the world. She is the lead author for the first casebook on human trafficking law and policy. Prof. Carr regularly provides human trafficking training to law enforcement, government officials, and healthcare providers and consults nationally and internationally on the issue of human trafficking. She received her BA, cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame and earned her JD, cum laude, from Michigan Law. During law school, she was a Michigan refugee and asylum law fellow with Amnesty International. Prior to joining the Law School faculty, she was an associate clinical professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School, where she led the Immigrant Rights Project. In 2008, she was awarded a Marshall Memorial Fellowship to study human trafficking issues in Europe.