Human Trafficking Law and Policy
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A pioneering casebook, Human Trafficking Law and Policy, for the first time brings together the case law, legislation and scholarship that comprise domestic and international human trafficking law. Organized to reflect the cross-section of criminal justice, civil and human rights, immigration and international law that frames human trafficking law and policy, this book includes chapters on the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and its doctrinal history, the Palermo Protocol, as well as the implementation and interpretation of human trafficking laws in the criminal, civil and immigration contexts. Compiled by a team of authors whose combined expertise includes experience criminally prosecuting and civilly litigating human trafficking cases, defending human trafficking victims, and teaching and writing about human trafficking at law schools, governments, NGOs and businesses around the world, this book provides both substantive and practical insight into the role of the human trafficking lawyer as counselor, litigator, and policy maker.
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Table of Contents
Summary Table of Contents
Chapter 1 SLAVERY
Chapter 2 PEONAGE
Chapter 3 INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE
Chapter 4 IMMIGRATION STATUTES AND THE MANN ACT
Chapter 5 TVPA: THE TRAFFICKING VICTIMS PROTECTION ACT
Chapter 6 THE PALERMO PROTOCOL
Chapter 7 AN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND POLICY FRAMEWORK
Chapter 8 CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY AND FEDERAL CONTRACTORS
Chapter 9 ANTI-TRAFFICKING AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Chapter 10 FEDERAL CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS
Chapter 11 CIVIL LITIGATION
Chapter 12 IMMIGRATION RELATED PROTECTIONS FOR VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING
Chapter 13 THEORETICAL AND DEFINITIONAL CHALLENGES
Chapter 14 SPECIAL ISSUES RELATED TO SPECIFIC TRAFFICKED POPULATIONS
APPENDIX 1 STATE AND LOCAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAWS AND PROSECUTIONS
APPENDIX 2 18 USCS § 1589
TABLE OF CASES