Human Trafficking Research
Published September 19, 2011
Tags: human trafficking, law library, legal research
The University of Michigan Law School has a terrific resource for researching human trafficking cases in the United States. The Human Trafficking Law Project (HTLP) database, launched by the law school’s Human Trafficking Clinic, is the first publicly available database of human trafficking cases within the United States. Cases span 1980 to the present, and the database continues to be updated. Search results provide detailed case summaries.