Fall 2019 Course Schedule

Intl Trafficking in Persons (LAW-927-001)
Janie Chuang

Meets: 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM (MW) - Yuma - Room Y115

Enrolled: 31 / Limit: 40

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Examines the legal issues related to the trafficking of persons from an international and comparative perspective. Topics include forced labor, the exploitation of immigrant females for domestic services, the sale of children and irregular intercountry adoption, and the sale of wives legalized by transnational marriages. Students will consider the international trafficking prohibitions of the various international conventions, analyze legislative texts of domestic trafficking laws of selected jurisdictions worldwide, and analyze the U.S. statutes prohibiting trafficking in human beings.

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