National Judicial Network Peer-to-Peer Session – What Any Court Can Do: Your Role When You Encounter Victims of Human Trafficking (May 7, 2024)

PowerPoint Presentation

Human Trafficking Judicial Bench Card

Labor Trafficking/Drugs Charge Judicial Bench Card

Immigration Human Trafficking Judicial Bench Card

NCJFCJ Resource Center for Courts on Child Sex Trafficking


Join us for a National Judicial Network peer-to-peer session at which Hon. Laurie Clark, joined by NJN steering committee member Hon. Rosemary Collins (ret.), will discuss what judges sitting in general jurisdiction, family, juvenile and other state that are not human trafficking specialty courts, can do to best support victims of human trafficking that come before them. This3 interactive session will include question and answer opportunities and will focus on steps all courts can take to help adult and child victims of sex and labor trafficking who are citizens and immigrants gain the just and fair outcomes in state courts they need. 


  • Judge Laurie A. Clark, Acting Interim Juvenile Court Presiding Judge, Denver, Colorado
  • Judge Rosemary Collins (Ret.), 17th Judicial Circuit Court, Winnebago County, Rockford, Illinois