November 01, 2013 - November 02, 2013
CLE: Working with Human Trafficking Survivors
Location: Annex Room 142
This comprehensive two-day training offers an in-depth introduction to the legal services need for trafficking survivors, including detailed information on applying for T and U visas, information on working effectively with law enforcement, and an overview of the civil remedies available to trafficking survivors. Practical tips include subjects such as helping clients decide how and whether to contact law enforcement, accompanying clients to law enforcement interviews, motion paractice, family law issues, and more. The bulk of the content deals with civil matters, but there will be some reference to dealing with outstanding warrants and more. Lectures and discussions will be enhanced with multiple small-group exercises. Law students are welcome.
Please see WSBA's Calendar announcement for more information.