The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Housing Law: Advocating for Safe and Sustainable Housing Options for Survivors 

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The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Housing Law: Advocating for Safe and Sustainable Housing Options for Survivors 

September 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This free webinar will examine the potential challenges survivors of human trafficking may face as they try to obtain or maintain safe and sustainable housing. Panelists will discuss how criminal records and other factors may impact a survivor’s ability to secure both public and private housing, as well as considerations that should factor in when assisting survivors with landlord/tenant disputes. Attorneys and advocates will also be provided with guidance on how to discuss housing issues with survivors and an overview of legal options available in such cases.

Presenters:

  • Karen Wabeke, Esq. – Senior Staff Attorney, Homeless Persons Representation Project.
  • Jessica Emerson, LMSW, Esq. – Director of the Human Trafficking Prevention Project, University of Baltimore School of Law.
  • Heather Heiman, Esq. – Human Trafficking Prevention Project Manager, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service.

 

This webinar is hosted by the Human Trafficking Prevention Project (HTPP), a collaboration between the University of Baltimore School of Law and Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. For more information about this webinar or the HTPP, please contact HTPP Project Manager Heather Heiman at hheiman@mvlslaw.org or 443-451-4075.

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September 17, 2020
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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