Mitchell Hamline, the Child Protection Program, and Contreras Edin & Association present the CLE “Identifying and Preventing Human Trafficking: The Role of Lawyers and Social Workers” on Thursday, Jan. 25, at Mitchell Hamline. The 2-credit CLE seeks to educate attorneys, social workers, and others on their professional and ethical obligation to identify human trafficking, and how to provide assistance and resources to victims and survivors.
- 3:30—4:00 pm: Registration
- 4:00—4:05 pm: Welcome and introductions, Sharon K. Sandeen, Robins Kaplan LLP Distinguished Professor in Intellectual Property Law, Director of the IP Institute
- 4:05—5:05 pm: Panel discussion: Insights on how human trafficking victims are recruited and how they can be identified
Moderated by Gloria Contreras-Edin ’05
Lisl Zamora ’14 Attorney, Contreras Edin & Associates, P.A. Attorney and advocate for immigration and human trafficking victims
- 5:05—5:15 pm: Break
- 5:15—6:15 pm: Panel discussion: Local resources available to assist human trafficking victims and how attorneys and social workers can use those resources
Moderated by Dena Sonbol ’08 Dean of Academic Excellence, Mitchell Hamline
Dave Pinto Minnesota legislator and Ramsey County Attorney focusing on juvenile sex trafficking.
Lauren Ryan ’08 Safe Harbor Minnesota, Department of Health
Kristi Jarvis Sexual Assault Resource Service, Hennepin County Medical Center
Minnesota Board of CLE Event Code: 251396 – 2.0 Ethics credits have been approved
Minnesota Board of Social Work CEP-963: 2 credits CE