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Campbell, Elizabeth

Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Human Trafficking Clinic

311 Legal Research

Prof. Elizabeth Campbell is a clinical assistant professor of law in the Human Trafficking Clinic. Her research and teaching interests focus on human trafficking, immigration, domestic violence, and criminal law, and she is a member of the Michigan Human Trafficking Taskforce. She is spearheading a pilot project in partnership with Washtenaw County aimed at better responding to victims of human trafficking that are arrested and/or charged with prostitution and related offenses. Prof. Campbell oversees the Human Trafficking Legal Project, which is a comprehensive online database of human trafficking cases. She received her BA, with distinction, from the University of Michigan and earned her JD, cum laude, from Michigan Law. During law school, she was a Michigan refugee and asylum law fellow with the Refugee Status Appeals Authority in New Zealand and a project coordinator for Family Law Project, a division of Legal Services of South Central Michigan.

Recent Publications

Co-author. Immigration Relief: Legal Assistance for Noncitizen Crime Victims. R. G. Settlage and V. T. Thronson, co-authors. American Bar Association, 2014.‚Äč


Guest speaker, "Human Trafficking Bust," Stateside, Michigan Public Radio, Ann Arbor, July 2013.

Guest speaker, "Human Trafficking Bust," Craig Fahle Show, WDET Detroit Public Radio, Detroit, Mich., July 2013.

Panelist, "Combating Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard," Women Lawyer's Association of Michigan, Wayne Chapter, Detroit, Mich., May 2013.

Designed and presented webinar on "Serving Victims of Human Trafficking via Clinical Legal Education," Battered Women's Justice Project, November 2012.

Presented, "Domestic Violence: Intersection with Human Trafficking," Legal Services of South Central Annual Roadshow Training, Lansing, Mich., October 2012.

Presented "Human Trafficking: Legal Frameworks," 2012 Statewide Immigrant Rights Summit hosted by the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, Lansing, Mich., September 2012.

Panelist, "United States Responses to the International Sex Trade," Syracuse Law Review Symposium on Crime and Punishment: The United States' Response to International Problems, Syracuse, New York, April 2012.

Guest speaker, "Human Trafficking, Modern-Day Slavery," All Things Considered, Michigan Public Radio, Ann Arbor, February 2012.

Guest presenter, "Human Trafficking: Identification & Advocacy," monthly meeting of Wayne County District Judges Association, Detroit, Mich., February 2012.

Guest speaker, "Human Trafficking: Speak Out!," Craig Fahle Show, WDET Detroit Public Radio, Detroit, Mich., January 2012.

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