Providing Legal Assistance to Survivors of Human Trafficking

Donna Robinson Esq, LLM
Through continual learning, understanding, and commitment, you can use your legal career to advance the fight to end modern-day slavery.

Through continual learning, understanding, and commitment, you can use your legal career to advance the fight to end modern-day slavery.

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Slavery never truly ended.

Today, hundreds of thousands of people worldwide are lured or forced into modern-day slavery, also known as human trafficking. Human trafficking involves using force, fraud, or coercion to obtain labor, sexual exploitation, or a similar act from another person. In the fight to end human trafficking, the demand for trauma-informed lawyers is at an all-time high. However, it is imperative to become an informed ally before becoming a legal advocate.

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