Human Trafficking and Exploitation Law Project

The Human Trafficking and Exploitation Law Project (HELP) is a unique clinical project that aims to serve a currently underserved subpopulation of child human trafficking victims: commercially sexually exploited children not already involved in the dependency system. This subpopulation has fallen through the cracks, unable to access services available to other children who are in foster care. HELP is training a new generation of lawyers to advocate for child human trafficking victims and, through precedent-setting direct representation and collaborative outreach and prevention efforts, HELP hopes to create a service model that can be replicated in other parts of the state, potentially impacting children in all regions of Florida.    

Project News & Events

A Major Breakthrough by Our Public Interest Law Center | Fall 2018

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