Event Title

Restorative Justice, Sexual Violence, and Human Trafficking

Event Type

Talk

Location

University Hall 1000

Start Date

30-10-2013 2:00 PM

End Date

30-10-2013 3:50 PM

Description

Moderated by Linda Buck, C.S.J., C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice, LMU

Janine Geske, Marquette University School of Law

Justice Janine P. Geske (ret.) currently serves as a Distinguished Professor of Law at the Marquette University Law School (US). She is the founder and director of its Restorative Justice Initiative and served as Visiting Professor at the Catholic University of Leuven at the Criminology Institute in 2011. She previously served as a Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge for twelve years and a Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice for five years. She also has served as the Interim Milwaukee County Executive, and as Interim Dean of the Marquette Law School. In her current role, she teaches restorative justice, supervises the Marquette Restorative Justice Clinic, and works extensively with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, victims groups, prosecutors, police, social service agencies, neighborhood associations, and other restorative justice programs to design restorative processes that meet their respective needs to work toward restoring the harm.

Kathleen Kim, Professor, Loyola Law School

Kathleen Kim teaches Torts, Immigration Law and Human Trafficking. Before joining Loyola Law School, Kathleen pioneered civil litigation on behalf of human trafficking survivors at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights in San Francisco. She launched and directed the Human Trafficking Project as a Skadden Fellow, the first of its kind to focus on the civil rights of trafficked individuals to receive monetary compensation for the abuse of forced labor. In 2005, Kathleen became the inaugural Immigrants’ Rights Teaching Fellow at Stanford Law School. In addition to her teaching and scholarship, Kathleen continues to provide technical assistance in human trafficking civil cases. She currently co-directs the Anti-Trafficking Litigation Assistance and Support Team and was a gubernatorial appointee to the California Alliance to Combat Trafficking and Slavery. Kathleen graduated from Stanford Law School where she was an editor of Stanford Law Review and a Judge Takasugi Public Interest Fellow.

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Oct 30th, 2:00 PM Oct 30th, 3:50 PM

Restorative Justice, Sexual Violence, and Human Trafficking

University Hall 1000

Moderated by Linda Buck, C.S.J., C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice, LMU

Janine Geske, Marquette University School of Law

Justice Janine P. Geske (ret.) currently serves as a Distinguished Professor of Law at the Marquette University Law School (US). She is the founder and director of its Restorative Justice Initiative and served as Visiting Professor at the Catholic University of Leuven at the Criminology Institute in 2011. She previously served as a Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge for twelve years and a Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice for five years. She also has served as the Interim Milwaukee County Executive, and as Interim Dean of the Marquette Law School. In her current role, she teaches restorative justice, supervises the Marquette Restorative Justice Clinic, and works extensively with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, victims groups, prosecutors, police, social service agencies, neighborhood associations, and other restorative justice programs to design restorative processes that meet their respective needs to work toward restoring the harm.

Kathleen Kim, Professor, Loyola Law School

Kathleen Kim teaches Torts, Immigration Law and Human Trafficking. Before joining Loyola Law School, Kathleen pioneered civil litigation on behalf of human trafficking survivors at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights in San Francisco. She launched and directed the Human Trafficking Project as a Skadden Fellow, the first of its kind to focus on the civil rights of trafficked individuals to receive monetary compensation for the abuse of forced labor. In 2005, Kathleen became the inaugural Immigrants’ Rights Teaching Fellow at Stanford Law School. In addition to her teaching and scholarship, Kathleen continues to provide technical assistance in human trafficking civil cases. She currently co-directs the Anti-Trafficking Litigation Assistance and Support Team and was a gubernatorial appointee to the California Alliance to Combat Trafficking and Slavery. Kathleen graduated from Stanford Law School where she was an editor of Stanford Law Review and a Judge Takasugi Public Interest Fellow.