Panelists Discuss Human Trafficking Policy, Past and Future

On Wednesday, November 6, students packed into Catholic Law’s Slowinski Courtroom for A Conversation on Human Trafficking Policy Past and Future, co-sponsored by the International Law Students Association (ILSA), Criminal Law Society (CLS), and Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA). Professor Mary Graw Leary introduced the topic of human trafficking before turning the panel over to moderator Stephen Diaz Gavin ’84, partner at Rimon P.C. Law Firm.

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