Becca Kendis is a Clinical Fellow in the Health & Human Trafficking Clinic, where she provides trauma-informed legal representation to victims of human trafficking and individuals at high risk of trafficking victimization. Kendis earned her Juris Doctor and Master of Social Science Administration in 2019 from Case Western Reserve University through the school’s law and social work dual-degree program. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Social Change and Activism from the University of Michigan in 2012.
Kendis joined the Health & Human Trafficking Clinic in her current role in August 2019, after previously interning at the Clinic as a law and social work student. Prior to her work with trafficking victims, she passionately advocated on behalf of other vulnerable and marginalized populations at the ACLU of Ohio, Milestones Autism Resources, and NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio.
Becca Kendis, Faute de Mieux: Recognizing and Accepting Whole Woman’s Health for Its Strengths and Weaknesses, 69 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 1007 (2019).
Becca Kendis, Human Trafficking and Prostitution Courts: Problem Solving or Problematic?, 69 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 805 (2019).