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January 25, 2018


Thursday, January 25, 2018

IP is EVERYWHERE: Lunchtime Learning
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Lunchtime learning series for IP interested students.
Identifying and Preventing Human Trafficking: The Role of Lawyers and Social Workers
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Mitchell Hamline School of Law

On January 25, 2018, Mitchell Hamline School of Law (MHSL) will present a continuing education program for lawyers and social workers on the subject of human trafficking, focusing on the critical role that they play in both identifying and preventing sex and labor trafficking. Consistent with the resolutions by the American Bar Association noted above, the panels will both address ethical obligations of lawyers. 2.0 ETHICS CLE credits have been approved by the Minnesota Board of CLE. Schedule: 3:30 to 4:00: Registration 4:00 to 4:05: Welcome and introductions, Professor Sharon K. Sandeen 4:05 to 5:05: Panel #1: Moderated by Gloria Contreras-Edin The first panel will provide insights on how victims of human trafficking are recruited and how to identify human trafficking victims. 1. Lisl Zamora, Attorney, Contreras Edin & Associates, P.A. Attorney and advocate for immigration and human trafficking victims. 2. Linda Miller, founder of Civil Society 3. Salima Khakoo, Esq., HUSL '02, CEO and Managing Attorney, American Dream Law 5:05 to 5:15: Break 5:15 to 6:15: Panel #2: Moderated by Dean Dena Sonbol, MHSL The second panel will discuss the local resources that are available to assist human trafficking victims and how attorneys and social workers might utilize those resources to address problems that they encounter. All panelists will provide insights about how best to communicate with victims of human trafficking. 1. Dave Pinto, Minnesota legislator and Ramsey County Attorney focusing on juvenile sex trafficking. 2. Lauren Ryan, Safe Harbor Minnesota, Department of Health. 3. Kristi Jarvas, Sexual Assault Resource Service, Hennepin County Medical Center. Nonprofits that aid and assist human trafficking victims are invited to table at this event. For more information, contact Donna Rauch at
Environmental Law Society General Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Mitchell Hamline School of Law

ELS will be gathering to discuss and plan spring semester events. 

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