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Intersection of Disability Rights & Human Trafficking

Please join us for a conversation about the intersection between Human Trafficking and Disability Rights. The seminar will discuss how individuals with a disability may be vulnerable to human trafficking, how victims of human trafficking may develop disabilities as a result of their exploitation, and how to use disabilities rights law to serve this population. Our distinguished panelists will discuss how to leverage multi-disciplinary partnerships and various stakeholders to protect victims and seek various forms of relief. 

Lydia Sharp
, Representative Payee Monitor, Equip for Equality
Jae Jin Pak, Illinois Self Advocacy Alliance, University of Illinois at Chicago
Neil Kelley, Assistant Attorney General, Disability Rights Bureau, Illinois Attorney General

Alexandra Johnson,
Equal Justice Works Crime Victims Justice Corps Fellow, Legal Aid Society, Metropolitan Family Services

CLE Advantage Member/CBA Law Student Member: $0
CBA Member: $50
CBA Government Member: $40
Non-member: $100 

To register click on “Register Myself” and then “Proceed to Checkout.”  You will receive a confirmation notice when your registration is complete.

1/29/2019 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
The Chicago Bar Association 321 S Plymouth Court Chicago, IL 60604 UNITED STATES
Online registration not available.

** Webcast **
Presented By: Human Trafficking Committee Committee
Experience Level: Basic
MCLE Credit: 2 IL MCLE Credits
Event Type: Seminar

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