This Wednesday, January 21st, PCLP is proud to host Deborah Lee of the Pima County Attorney's Office. She will lead a discussion on "Human Trafficking".
Ms. Lee is a Deputy County Attorney with the Pima County Attorney's Office assigned to the Special Victims Unit. Her prosecution is focused on cases involving sexual and physical abuse of children and adult sexual assault.
Prior to joining the Pima County Attorney's Office, Ms. Lee worked as a legal specialist with the ABA in it's Anti-Human Trafficking program in Baku, Azerbaijan. She also worked as a Legal Fellow with the International Justice Mission in Kigali, Rwanda, working to help improve the world justice system's response to and the prosecution of child sexual assault. In these capacities, Ms. Lee has designed and led training for judges, lawyers, law enforcement and social workers on victimology, investigation, and prosecution of human trafficking and child sexual assault.
Combatting human trafficking has been a long-time passion of Ms. Lee. She has met with victims of trafficking and sexual assault in India, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Rwanda and the U.S. She has presented to federal and state law enforcement, judges, and attorneys in Southern Arizona as a member of the Human Trafficking Working Group and as a member of various organizations that are working toward finding an end to human trafficking.
We will be meeting in a different room this semester - Room 156 - and pizza, as always, will be served at 12 pm. CLE credit available for attorneys.
Hope to see you all there!