"Trafficking in Sex and Labor: Domestic and International Responses" is the title of the conference, which features a keynote address by Catharine MacKinnon, Michigan Law Professor and Special Gender Advisor to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, about whom we've posted. Here're the panels:
IntLawGrrl Dina Francesca Haynes, New England School of Law; James Gray Pope, Rutgers-Newark; Dr. Joel Quirk, University of Hull, England; Ms. founder Gloria Steinem; and Martina Vandenberg, Jenner & Block. Penn's Tobias Barrington Wolff will moderate.
Trafficking and Immigration Policy:
Jennifer Chacón, University of California, Irvine; Jennifer "J.J." Rosenbaum, Southern Poverty Law Center; and Jayashri Srikantiah, Stanford. Penn's Sarah Paoletti will moderate.
International Responses to Trafficking:
IntLawGrrls Diane Marie Amann (yours truly), University of California, Davis, and Janie Chuang, American University, as well as Norma Ramos, Coalition Against Trafficking of Women. Penn's William Burke-White will moderate.
Dr. Denise Brennan, Georgetown; Michelle Madden Dempsey, Villanova; Dr. Melissa Farley, of the San Francisco nonprofit Prostitution Research and Education; Illinois attorney Kaethe Morris Hoffer; Ann Jordan, American University; and author/activist Christine Stark. Pamela Shifman, UNICEF, will moderate.