ATTORNEY JESSICA OZALP TO SPEAK ON WISCONSIN’S HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAW AT SLAVEFREE MADISON March 1 MEETING

Jessica Ozalp, a recent graduate of the UW Madison Law School and the author of the Wisconsin Law Review article, "Halting Modern Slavery in the Midwest: The Potential of Wisconsin’s Human Trafficking Law," will speak at the monthly SlaveFree Madison meeting at 6:30-7:30pm on Tuesday, March 1 at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 326 South Segoe Road, Madison, WI (corner of Mineral Point and Segoe Rd).

Her comments will focus on the current Wisconsin Human Trafficking Law (passed in 2008) and its strengths and limitations in addressing human trafficking in Wisconsin and the Midwest.  She will provide an outstanding discussion of the current law and help us explore ways in which it could be improved.  SlaveFree Madison can help advocate for helpful changes in the law. Ms. Ozalp will be beginning her legal career at the Axley Brynelson law firm in Madison.

Examiner Article (note date change from Feb. 1 to March 1 due to severe weather)