Our weekly Legal Working Group call is an opportunity to collaborate with legal providers across the country to ask questions, share experiences about human trafficking cases, and strengthen your professional network. We cover topics such as immigration (primarily T visa practice), victims’ rights, reporting to law enforcement, victim services and benefits, criminal re-entry, and survivor-centered lawyering. Additionally, attendees will have access to updates in anti-trafficking legal and policy issues.
Every third Wednesday, we are joined by our Training and Technical Assistance Senior Social Worker who is able to field questions and brainstorm topics such as trauma-informed practices, client relationships, and other related topics. (No legal technical assistance questions will be addressed during these calls.)
The Legal Working Group is limited to attorneys, DOJ Accredited Representatives, paralegals, and law students only. If you are not a legal representative, please feel free to sign up for our Social Services Monthly Technical Assistance call here.
**To ensure we are able to address your question during our Legal Working Group, please submit your questions the week of the scheduled call via this LINK.** Please do not submit duplicate questions for this call; if you have already submitted the same question via our individual TA request form, please wait for our written response to help us conserve our resources. We ask that you only submit a question for the upcoming call, not for future calls.
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