Combatting Human Trafficking in the Midst of COVID-19 (01/27/22)

Includes a Live Event on 01-27-2022 at 3:00 PM (CST)

Human trafficking has always been a challenging issue and currently, in the midst of COVID-19, it is even harder to combat trafficking and support survivors of trafficking. Governments, law enforcement, the courts, and not-for-profit organizations have had to adjust strategies and adapt to new methods of stopping trafficking and new ways to support survivors. During this seminar, experts in the field will provide updates on local trafficking prevention measures, investigation and prosecution strategies, and adapted social services for survivors of trafficking as a result of COVID-19. 

TOPICS AND SPEAKERS:
CRIMINAL
Mary Anna Planey
, Supervisor-Human Trafficking Unit, Assistant State’s Attorney
Ashley Kizler, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

NON-PROFIT/SOCIAL SERVICES
Rachel Ostergaard, Program Manager, Salvation Army STOP-IT Program
Melissa Hernandez, Outreach Director, Above & Beyond Recovery Center, and Director, The Puerto Rico Project
Kara Doan, Co-Founder & COO, Restoration61
Summar Ghias, MSW, Program Director, Freedom From Trafficking Program, Heartland Human Care Services 

LOCAL LEGISLATION AND POLICY UPDATE
Legislative Update & Introduction of State Representative Kam Buckner
Ameena Majid, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw
Ala Salameh, Associate, Seyfarth Shaw

Policy Updates & Prevention
State Representative Kam Buckner 

MODERATORS:
Deborah (Dee) Baker
, Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission; Chair, CBA Anti-Human Trafficking Committee 
Kathryn Carso Liss, DePaul University College of Law, Schiller DuCanto & Fleck Family Law Center; Chair, CBA Alliance For Women Committee


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Combatting Human Trafficking in the Midst of COVID-19 (01/27/2022)
01-27-2022 at 3:00 PM (CST)   |  180 minutes
01-27-2022 at 3:00 PM (CST)   |  180 minutes To receive MCLE Credit for this program, you must: 1. Close the video window after you have completed the program, 2. Click on "Claim MCLE Credit," and 3. Click on the yellow "View/Claim Credit" box. You will need to provide your ARDC number to view/download/print your MCLE certificate. We would also appreciate your completing a program evaluation in the “Evaluation” section.
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Up to 2.75 CLE credits available  |  Certificate available