Sex trafficking among topics at UGA law conference

Sex Trafficking and hate crimes directed at members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community, will be among the topics at a Public Interest Law Conference at the University of Georgia Feb. 26-27.

Immigration law and prison reform will also be discussed.

The two-day event is composed of the 35th annual Annual Equal Justice Foundation Auction and the 5th Annual Working in the Public Interest Law Conference.

Friday night, former U.S. Senator Max Cleland will speak at 7 p.m. on Feb. 26. His topic is “We Are Public Interest.”

The public may attend that for free at the Melting Point in downtown Athens, Ga.

Saturday’s discussions at the School of Law will have an admission price of $25 for the general public.


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