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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
SCHOOL OF LAW
LOYOLA PUBLIC INTEREST LAW REPORTER SYMPOSIUM 2013
Human Trafficking: A Growing International and Domestic Criminal Enterprise
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2013
Philip H. Corboy Law Center
Power Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom, 10th Floor
25 East Pearson Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Symposium Editor: Graham Bowman
ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM
Human trafficking—the recruiting, harboring, moving or obtaining of a person, by force, fraud, or coercion, for the purposes of involuntary servitude, debt bondage, or sexual exploitation—is the second largest and the fastest growing criminal industry in the world today. The industry generates billions in profits worldwide, and the United States has become a particularly active and profitable venue. This day-long symposium will explore international and domestic sex trafficking and labor trafficking and the response needed to curb its growth.
The symposium will be held in the Philip H. Corboy Law Center, Philip Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom on the10th floor of 25 E. Pearson St. on Loyola University Chicago’s Water Tower Campus. Validated parking is available in a number of locations adjacent to the School of Law.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law is pleased to present this important conference at no charge for Loyola students and faculty and individuals not seeking CLE credits. For those who wish to obtain credit, registration fees are $50, and $40 for alumni. There is no charge for CLE credit for current faculty, staff, or students, and an immediate 50% fee reduction is offered for attorneys working in the areas of government or public interest. Seating is limited and registration is appreciated. Open seating will be available on a first-come basis to those who do not register.
This program has been approval by the Illinois MCLE Board for 4.5 hours of credit.
ABOUT THE PULIC INTEREST LAW REPORTER
The Loyola Public Interest Law Reporter is an innovative legal publication that focuses on reporting the most current legal topics in a news format directed to students, educators, and practitioners. PILR is edited and produced by Loyola students and is housed within the Center for Public Service Law. Founded in 1995, PILR offers feature articles and news of legal developments in the areas of human rights, economic justice, criminal justice, the environment, and governance. In addition to an editorial staff selected through a write-on process, Loyola law students direct all aspects of PILR's research, writing, graphics, production, and business management. For more information, please contact Symposium Editor Graham Bowman at Gbowman2@luc.edu.