Project Code: STATE-USA-J-128
|Project Title||Law Review Article on Human Trafficking|
|Project Summary||Interested in human trafficking law? Contribute to the growing field by working on an article to submit to a human trafficking focused symposium and associated law review to be published in the spring of 2020.|
|Country/Region of Focus||Global|
|Agency||Department of State|
|Number of Interns||1|
The Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking Persons (TIP Office) is focused on fighting the crime of human trafficking and leads the State Department’s efforts to prosecute traffickers, protect victims and prevent human trafficking.
The TIP Office seeks an e-intern to help publish legal scholarship on human trafficking. The e-intern will help brainstorm a novel, yet pertinent topic for the article, which could be based around legislative provision, case, or specific issue on human trafficking. The e-intern will conduct research as well as a thorough preemptive check and read widely on the topic. Once a thesis is developed, the e-intern will begin the process of drafting an article to frame an argument and provide analysis and views on the topic chosen. The article will be submitted for publication with a law review to generate scholarly conversation in the field of human trafficking law.
|Editing and proofreading|
Please submit a 500 word (max) writing sample, reflecting on this Martin Luther King, Jr.’s remarks at the March for Integrated Schools on April 18, 1959, as it relates to your interest in contributing to the field of human trafficking law. "Make a career of humanity. Commit yourself to the noble struggle for equal rights. You will make a better person of yourself, a greater nation of your country, and a finer world to live in."
The ideal candidate is a second or third year law student.