Human Trafficking Law Clinic News

The Human Trafficking Law Clinic at Case Western Reserve University School of Law carries a large caseload at all times and is very engaged with local and state organizations and agencies—and Human Trafficking Law Clinic Director Maya Simek is a regular presenter at conferences and events relating to the subject of human trafficking. Read recent news out of the clinic below.

Five women standing in front of a banner that says "Collaborative to End Human Trafficking."
Case Western Reserve attending the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking’s Annual Luncheon (Left to right: Director Maya Simek, Lou Ewing (LAW ’24), Kristen Welsh (MSW ’25), Mary Gay (MSW ’25), CWRU School of Law Professor Jennifer Cupar)