Special Guest: Jonathan Todres - Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law at Georgia State University College of Law.
Human trafficking has been recognized as one of the priority issues of our time. The federal government and all state legislatures have adopted law and policy to address this criminal activity, and hundreds of organizations have implemented anti-trafficking initiatives. Yet despite such efforts, it is unclear whether the prevalence of human trafficking has declined. In this lecture, Professor Todres—coauthor of the newly published book, Preventing Child Trafficking: A Public Health Approach— examines current responses to human trafficking and maps out a strategy for how we can advance efforts to combat this grave form of exploitation of human beings.
The cost of the program is FREE, but registration is requested.
CLE credit: 1 free hour pending
Category: Alumni, CLE Programs, General, Public Lectures