Thursday, May 14, 2015

The New Jersey State Bar Convention Day Two:Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking
Women in the Profession Section and Criminal Law Section (Women in the Profession Track)
Human trafficking, a form of modern slavery for forced labor and sexual exploitation, affects millions of women and children around the world. The U.S. Department of Justice has identified human trafficking as one of the fastest growing criminal activities. New Jersey, as a key transportation hub, is recognized as a prime location for human trafficking.

Raymond Brown Jr. and Wanda Akin present in a panel discussion on Human Trafficking

 This program addresses the impact of human trafficking with a look at the laws passed to address it as well as indicia to assist lawyers and judges in detecting victims of human trafficking who may appear as defendants in ordinary criminal matters. 

Raymond M. Brown, Esq.
Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis, LLP, Woodbridge

Wanda Akin Brown, Esq., Co-Founder, International Justice Project
Wanda M. Akin & Associates, Newark
Jessica Kitson, Esq., Managing Attorney
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice
John L. Molinelli, Esq.
Bergen County Prosecutor

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