Human Trafficking Law Clinic Members

The Human Trafficking Law Clinic at Case Western Reserve University School of Law is one of 10 clinics under the umbrella of the Kramer Law Clinic. It is primarily staffed by a director, master’s-level social work interns, and third-year law students certified as legal interns by the Supreme Court of Ohio. Among other matters, the clinic provides trauma-responsive social service referrals and the identification and removal of a variety of civil legal barriers.

Two women with file folders posing in front of a sign for the Municipal Court and Akron Police Department.
Students Lauren Beninger (LAW ’23) and Maggie Lever (LAW ’23) filing over 30 expungement applications in Akron Municipal Court for a human trafficking survivor.

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