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ASHTI is also working with the KU School of Law to establish the KU Anti-Slavery Clinic. Once funding is secured, this legal clinic will provide free legal services for survivors, will help to identify victims who enter the medical system, and will train the next generation of lawyers to address trafficking. The KU Anti-Slavery Clinic was selected as a finalist for the Partnership for Freedom innovation competition. The Partnership for Freedom is a public-private partnership led by Humanity United. More information about the Clinic and the Partnership for Freedom can be found here: http://law.ku.edu/news/ku-based-anti-human-trafficking-project-named-finalist-partnership-freedom. Finalists have been invited to submit a full proposal in March. Winners will be announced in April with projects to begin in June.

Read more about KU's Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic.

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Photo of Katie CroninKatie Cronin

Clinical Associate Professor, School of Law and Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine
Director, Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic
Photo of Andrew ParkAndrew Park

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine
Photo of Megha RamaswamyMegha Ramaswamy

Assistant Professor, Department Preventive Medicine & Public Health, School of Medicine


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