Boalt Anti-Trafficking Project (Boalt ATP)

The Boalt Anti-Trafficking Project (Boalt ATP) offers Berkeley Law students the opportunity to provide legal services to survivors of human trafficking through partnerships with local anti-trafficking organizations. Boalt ATP works with Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach (APILO) to develop training materials, including a publishable T-1 (Trafficking) Visa Manual/Practice Guide for new and pro bono attorneys working with survivors of human trafficking. Boalt ATP has also partnered with MISSSEY and local attorneys to develop a “know your rights” outreach and prevention curriculum for youth in juvenile hall who have either already been identified as victims of commercial sexual exploitation or remain at high-risk for future recruitment and exploitation. One of Berkeley Law’s newest projects, the Boalt Anti-Trafficking Project works to confront and combat the alarming rate of both labor and sex trafficking within California.

We are grateful to our supporters listed below:

David B. Oppenheimer