KHALED ALRABE is a Researcher at the Human Rights Center who focuses on human trafficking in California and immigration. He has in the past worked with the Sexual Violence Program on issues of forced migration and international criminal law. Before coming to the center, he was a Legal Fellow at the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyer’s Guild, where he focused on federal appellate litigation in the immigration field and developed an immigration practice advisory on tier III terrorist groups. His past publications includes a fact-finding report on statelessness in the Dominican Republic at Georgetown’s Human Rights Institute. Alrabe holds a J.D. from Georgetown University’s Law Center and a B.A. from Harvard University.