Training To Assist Asian and Pacific Islander Victims of Human Trafficking
May 20, 2013
The Chicago Bar Association, 321 S. Plymouth Court
Complimentary program; 1.75 MCLE credits approved
· Asian American Trafficking Outreach Project (AATOP) overview
· Introduction to Chicago-area API community
· Human Trafficking Legal Framework
· Practical considerations for representing API trafficking victims
Sehla Ashai, The International Organization for Adolescents
Allison Creekmur, Legal Assistance Foundation, Immigrants and Workers' Rights Practice Group
Diana Lin, Northwestern University professor, APLAN chair
Catherine Longkumer, Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services/A.T.L.A.S.S.T.
Linda Rio Reichmann, Child Law Consultant
This training is for attorneys interested in learning more about volunteering with AATOP to assist API human trafficking victims. Individuals who are not attorneys but work with potential victims are also welcome.
Training sponsored by the International Organization for Adolescents AATOP project, the Asian Pacific American Legal Advocacy Network,
and the Chicago Bar Association.
To register, visit www.chicagobar.org and go to the CLE seminar section.