A Law Firm Guide To Helping Victims Of Human Trafficking

Law360, New York (August 23, 2017, 7:28 PM EDT) -- Increased awareness among law enforcement, the courts, schools and the public about human trafficking and the identity of its perpetrators and victims has caused a surge of human services needs across the country. Survivors of human trafficking need health care, counseling, housing and support/empowerment programming, but they also need lawyers. Unlike victims of many other crimes, trafficking survivors have their own uniquely complicated legal needs due to their experience of being trafficked; yet they are not always entitled to a court-appointed attorney or eligible for legal...
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