Human Trafficking Casebook Available (May 2014)

May 2014 – NEXUS Institute’s Founder, President & CEO, Stephen Warnath, is co-author with three distinguished experts and law school educators of the publication: Human Trafficking Law and Policy. This book for the first time brings together the key case law, legislation and scholarship that comprise domestic and international human trafficking law and its policy context.

Human Trafficking Casebook

The book’s prominent co-authors—Bridgette Carr, Clinical Professor of Law, Human Trafficking Clinic, University of Michigan Law School; Anne Milgram, Former New Jersey Attorney General and DOJ prosecutor of human trafficking cases, currently Senior Fellow at NYU School of Law and Vice President of Criminal Justice at the Laura and John Arnold Foundation; and Professor of Law Kathleen C. Kim, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles—bring a combined legal and policy experience of unmatched breadth and depth to this extensive presentation and analysis of the topic.

This introductory casebook, published by LexisNexis, contains the criminal justice, civil rights, international law, immigration, and supply chain transparency and federal contracting regulatory environment that frame human trafficking law and policy.  It provides the authors’ in-depth substantive analysis and practical insights based upon their many years of experience at the forefront of the legal and policy development of human trafficking while criminally prosecuting and civilly litigating human trafficking cases, defending human trafficking victims, reforming anti-trafficking laws and policy and advising governments, businesses foundations and NGOs and teaching, researching and writing about human trafficking at law schools and at the first think tank on human trafficking, the NEXUS Institute.

Human Trafficking Law and Policy will be of interest to both experienced attorneys and the next generation of lawyers alike looking for an introduction to understanding and addressing modern slavery.

Obtain your copy from LexisNexis.