To learn the indicators of human trafficking
and how you can report it, take our
general awareness training.
As a lawyer or judge, you may encounter human trafficking victims in the courtroom, who may have previously gone unidentified and unreported. You are in a position to help recognize a victim and bring traffickers to justice.
Laws and Regulations
- Human Trafficking Laws and Regulations
- Federal statutes used to prosecute trafficking (DOJ)
- ABA Rule of Law, Criminal Law Reform and Anti-Human Trafficking Program
- DOJ Civil Rights Division – Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit (DOJ)
- National Association of Attorneys General Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative
- Prosecuting Human Trafficking Cases: Lessons Learned and Promising Practices (DOJ/NIJ) (PDF - 94 pages, 1.15 MB)
- Meeting the Legal Needs of Human Trafficking Victims (PDF - 43 pages, 1.84 MB)
- Lawyers Manual on Human Trafficking- New York State (PDF – 360 pages, 8.93 MB)
- International Centre for Migration Policy Development: Anti-Trafficking Training Module for Judges and Prosecutors, Curriculum-Training Guide (PDF - 116 pages, 1.29 MB)