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Seton Hall University School of Law,Center for Social Justice and the Bergen County Prosecutorís Office
New Jersey Law Center
New Brunswick, New Jersey
2 CLE credits (NY/NJ) ________________________________________________________
PROGRAM - Monday, December 3, 2012
5:30 p.m. REGISTRATION & LIGHT REFRESHMENTS
6:15 p.m. WELCOME Bernard K. Freamon, Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School
6:25 p.m. SESSION I: HOW TO OBTAIN A SIGNIFICANT VERDICT IN A TRAFFICKING CASE Bob Nicksin, Counsel, OíMelveny & Myers LLP
7:10 p.m. SESSION II: PURSUING LAWFUL IMMIGRATION STATUS FOR TRAFFICKING VICTIMS Moderator, Lori Nessel, Director, Center for Social Justice, and Professor of Law,Seton Hall Law School Working with Law Enforcement Kathleen Slocum, Senior Staff Attorney, Center for Battered Womenís Legal Services at Sanctuary for Families, New York City.What Remedies are Available to Protect Victims from Deportation?Margaret Martin, Assistant Clinical Professor, Center for Social Justice, Seton Hall Law School
8:15 p.m. CLE CERTIFICATE SIGN-OUT
The symposium is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Please visit: [please contact me for website address]
For more information, please contact Stephanie Savoia-Pearl at 973-642-8293.
This conference is made possible by funding from the Bergen County Prosecutorís Office.