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Federal Bar Association NSU Chapter

Civil Rights and Human Trafficking

Thursday, March 12, 2020

11:30 am - 1:00 pm lunch provided

FL Bar CLE Credits: General (1.0)

Certification Credits: (1.0 each)
Appellate Practice,
Criminal Appellate Law,
Criminal Trial Law,
and Juvenile Law

NSU Shepard Broad College of Law  |  Rm 200 - Large Lecture Rm

This program will focus on the growing epidemic of human trafficking and the necessary steps used through federal practice to exploit the crime and prevent its expansion. Attendees will learn about the various paths within the practice, about emerging new laws, outreach and training, and how to become involved in the federal practice of civil rights and human trafficking.

By utilizing key tips and strategies, you will learn how to position yourself for a strong career in federal practice by learning about the prevalence of human trafficking and how to effectively advocate for potential survivors/victims. There will also be a segment focusing on a survivor’s personal experience of human trafficking and the necessary legislation needed to combat this crime.

For More Information contact Alexis Beckford, Chair-Elect Federal Bar Association - NSU Chapter

(secure site, NSU & NSU Law will not share your contact information)


Panelists and Moderator
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Ariana Fajardo Orshan
(JD '96),
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District

Jumorrow Johnson

Human Trafficking Coordinator, Office of the State Attorney for the 17th Judicial Circuit

Cali Simek

Volunteer Survivor Leader BHTC




Barbara A. Martinez

Chief of the Special Prosecutions Unit, U.S. Attorney's Office

The Honorable Stacy Ross

(JD '97)

Juvenile Delinquency Division, 17th Judicial Circuit


Alexis Beckford

Chair-Elect Federal Bar Association - NSU Chapter



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