Date: Thursday, January 21, 2021, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Description: What is the role of the private sector in addressing and helping to end human trafficking? What roles do we play as attorneys in civil practice, business owners and leaders, and consumers? What role does government play and is there a place for public/private partnership and collaboration in addressing the eradication of both sex and labor trafficking? And what about the “supply chains” of goods and services – how can we work to make sure that enslaved people have not produced the food we eat and other goods and services we rely on? These questions and more will be the focus of this program.
Barbara Martinez, of Holland & Knight, former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida and FSU College of Law Public Interest Law Center’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Law Project.
CLE credit application pending
Hosts/Sponsors: FSU College of Law, FSU Center for the Advancement of Human Rights, the International Rescue Committee (IRC), the Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center (STAC), the Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking (BBCAHT), Legal Services of North Florida, Tallahassee Women Lawyers, Florida Government Bar Association, and Advocates for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (AIRR) and Trafficking in America Task Force of the FSU College of Law.
Contact: Robin Hassler Thompson, STAC, 850-597-2080 firstname.lastname@example.org