Please note that law students who wish to enroll in the Lab need to enroll in Law 951 Human Trafficking Clinic + Lab. This listing is for non law students only.
We believe the law is an incomplete, imperfect solution to reducing exploitation and that interdisciplinary, cross-industry collaboration is necessary. Thus, the Lab is geared towards creating systems level change at policy, service, and industry levels through collaborative partnerships across the nonprofit, corporate, and governmental sectors. The Lab takes an expansive approach to addressing vulnerability. As such, projects cover a wide range of topics, and they vary each semester. Some examples of topics might be helping job seekers expunge their criminal records when they apply for a job, combating misinformation in anti-trafficking narratives, and addressing forced labor in supply chains.
- Meeting Time: Thursday 12:30-3:30 p.m.
- Instructors: Bridgette Carr (Law), Danielle Kalil (Law), Chavi Keeney Nana (Law), Courtney Petersen (Law)
- Credits: 3
Chavi Keeney Nana