Held November 16, 2006, published in the University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class in 2007.

This symposium, which addressed continuing issues relating to women in the workplace, brought together a diverse group of practitioners and policy advocates to address the continued advancement of women in the workplace and efforts to address the problem of trafficked women. The first panel addressed the continued advancement of women in the work place and the second panel discussion changed gears and focused on efforts to address the problem of trafficked women.

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Submissions from 2007

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Immigration Relief for Human Trafficking Victims: Focusing the Lens on the Human Rights of Victims, Carole Angel

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Casa of Maryland and the Battle Regarding Human Trafficking and Domestic Workers' Rights, Elizabeth Keyes

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Breaking Barriers and Ending the Gauntlet, Lauren Stiller Rikleen

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Margaret Brent - Maryland's First Female Lawyer, Pamela J. White