BU Law faculty and students provide desperately needed legal assistance in Tijuana.
Tag: Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program
Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, kicked off the second annual Mentorship Program Breakfast for the Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program.
BU students and professors respond to the family separation crisis at the southern border.
The Douglass Fellowship gives law students who demonstrate a passion for human trafficking policy the opportunity to gain indispensable knowledge and skills to aid them in their work.
Sarah Sherman-Stokes quoted in the Huffington Post.
Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program students focus their fieldwork on immigration law and represent refugees fleeing human rights abuses and seeking safety in the US.
BU Law immigration expert says new policy “is legally and morally indefensible.”
‘You Can’t Deter People Who Are Fleeing For Their Lives’: Attorneys Scramble After Sessions’ Asylum Decision
Sarah Sherman-Stokes interviewed on WBUR
Ibrahim, the fifth Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program alum to earn this fellowship, will clerk for the Los Angeles Immigration Court.
BU Law and Computer Science students develop app to help prosecutors combat human trafficking.