The program consists of talks, discussions, training, and performances addressing the social, economic, and systemic causes of trafficking and exploitation, and strategies for combating the problem. State Attorney General Kamala Harris will be speaking along with dozens of other speakers, including survivors, practitioners, advocates, and academics.
Meals and materials will be provided, and there are no costs for those who register before January 26th. If you have any questions regarding the symposium, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is free to the public with advance registration at uclalawreview.org/symposium. MCLE credit will be made available, and there may be continuing education opportunities for other professions available as well; monitor the symposium website for further information.
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