Justice and Accountability: Legal Approaches to Human Trafficking

The American Society of International Law (ASIL) and Washington Foreign Law Society (WFLS) with support from the Open Society Fellowship program will host a luncheon continuing legal education course on accountability and legal protections for victims of human trafficking. The discussion will include a review of current US federal regulations and enforcement, as well as civil and criminal remedies.  

Instructors

  • Susan R. Benda, Office of the Legal Adviser, US Department of State
  • Robert Reed, Office of the General Counsel, US Department of Defense
  • Steven Watt, American Civil Liberties Union
  • Jennifer Green, University of Minnesota Law School

Moderator: Martina Vandenberg, Open Society Foundations 

Continuing Legal Education Information

ASIL has received accreditation for 1.5 mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) credits for this course with California and Pennsylvania. ASIL is pending accreditation with Virginia and Georgia. New York attorneys may independently seek professional practice credits for this course through the approved jurisdictions of California or Pennsylvania.

Date: October 01, 2012
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location

ASIL Headquarters, Tillar House 2223 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20008

Speakers: 
Susan R. Benda, Jennifer Green, Robert Reed, Martina Vandenberg, and Steven Watt