How the Fair Labor Standards Act Can Help Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world and the US is not immune to it. Labor and sex trafficking are the two most common forms. This program will discuss how the FLSA and other state laws can be used as a tool to help victims and what remedies are available.


Speakers:
Catherine Longkumer, Managing Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services 
Anna Maitland, Senior Attorney, Immigrants and Workers’ Rights Practice Group, Legal Aid Chicago
Katherine Kaufka Walts, JD, Director, Center for the Human Rights of Children, Loyola University Chicago

Moderator:
Chlece Neal, Child Trafficking Coordinator, Center for the Human Rights of Children (CHRC), Loyola University Chicago School of Law
 

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