Professor Bridgette Carr, from the University of Michigan, is Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, Clinical Professor of Law and the founder of the Human Trafficking Clinic in the Law School. She has dedicated her career to advocating for the rights of human trafficking victims and advancing comprehensive domestic and international anti-trafficking policies. Her work focuses on driving paradigm shifts in the way human trafficking victimization is perceived and addressed, and helping reintegrate victims by developing legal solutions that address the complex issue of coercion and victimization around compelled service and its aftermath. She is a recognized national and international expert and has established law clinics for human trafficking in many other countries.
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