Human Trafficking and the Private Sector: A Role for Corporate Counsel
Georgia State University College of Law
October 11, 2013
International Law News (ABA Section of International Law), Vol 42 No. 4, pp 18-20 (Fall 2013)
The private sector plays a critical role in the area of human trafficking. It can both facilitate exploitation and help prevent it from occurring. This short article discusses the emerging role of the private sector in preventing and responding to human trafficking, the evolving legal landscape, and the implications of this trend for corporate counsel.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 3
Keywords: human trafficking, private sector, corporations, corporate social responsibility, disclosure, labor, supply chains, professional responsibility
JEL Classification: D62, D63, K20, K31, K22, L21, M14, O31
Date posted: October 12, 2013
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