14 May 2013

A Work Worth Reading

While its title, "The Protected Innocence Initiative:Building Protective State Law Regimes for America’s Sex-Trafficked Children," is a bit ponderous, its topic is of vital importance. Colleague Tessa Dysart has written a thorough analysis of federal and state laws on domestic minor sex trafficking. More importantly, Tessa explains why state and local investigation and enforcement is crucial and provides a thorough introduction to the work, findings, and proposed methodology of the "Protected Innocence" Initiative.

Go here for the complete abstract and to download the piece. The print version will be published by the Columbia Human Rights Law Review.

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