Human trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, harboring, or receipt of people for the purposes of slavery, forced labor, and servitude. The Human Trafficking Clinic offers students the opportunity to work on both domestic and international human trafficking issues. The Clinic provides a range of services, including direct representation of foreign nationals trafficked in the United States, advocacy for both domestic and foreign national victims, and community education and trainings. Students will also work with a variety of stakeholders, including survivors of human trafficking, law enforcement, government officials and non-governmental organizations to identify solutions to combat human trafficking.
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