MVLS is partnering with University of Baltimore Law to launch the Human Trafficking Prevention Program (HTPP). Learn more about this program through HTPP Project Coordinator Laurie Culkin’s interview with The Daily Record.
This program is an extension of UB Law’s previous Human Trafficking Prevention clinic. By creating this program, we hope to expand the work that the clinic began by extending the opportunity for pro bono attorneys to take on cases.
The first HTPP training for attorneys will be led by Laurie Culkin on Friday, June 9 at the University of Baltimore Law School 1401 N. Charles Street, room 102 at 9:30 am – 12 pm.
In order to attend this free training, volunteer attorneys must agree to accept one HTPP case from MVLS that may involve expungement, shielding, or vacatur depending on the client’s options. You can register for the training here.