An economic solution to human trafficking

, The National Law Journal


Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. in April 2012 called the fate of the estimated tens of millions of human-­trafficking victims around the globe "alarming and almost unfathomable." Without question, Holder said during a speech in Arkansas, "this problem has reached crisis proportions."

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  • Chris

    And congratulations to Latham for being one of only two firms on the Pro Bono Hot List to take pro bono to the next level by participating in medical-legal partnerships which help close the interrelated gap in access to legal and health services among poor populations. The list of MLP firms can be found here . Ideas about creative partnerships can be found here described by Dr. Claire Pomeroy, the Dean of the University of California Davis Medical School.

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