The workshop uses hypothetical case scenarios, small group discussion, interactive exercises, and mini lectures to provide new and experienced judges with tools and information to develop or enhance their ability to identify and work with children who have been victimized or at risk of being victimized by sex trafficking.
The interactive format enables judges from different jurisdictions and with varying levels of experience to learn from one another.
The workshop is led by a faculty team of experienced judges and other experts from across the country who have pioneered work on domestic child sex trafficking in the courtroom and beyond.
Only state and tribal court judges and judicial officers (commissioners, magistrates, referees, etc.) are eligible to attend the program.