Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: Compensation for Victims, and the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry
Tuesday 16 October at 7BR Chambers
Join us for the next instalment in our Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery series. This seminar will cover the complex area of compensation for victims and will feature talks from members of 7BR chambers. The talks will be followed by a panel discussion on the current Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into modern slavery.
We are delighted that Kate Roberts, Head of Office at the Human Trafficking Foundation and Professor Virginia Mantouvalou from UCL will be joining us for the panel discussion. The discussion will provide an opportunity for those working in the field to discuss current problems arising from the drafting and scope of MSA.
Timings for the event are:
17.30 – Registration
18.00 – Torts of slavery and trafficking? The arguments for and against – James Robottom
18.20 – Vicarious liability and non-delegable duties – making companies liable for the acts of traffickers? Adam Weitzman QC
18.45 – Panel discussion on Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry
19.30 – Drinks & networking
If you are unable to attend in person we will be showing this event as a webinar. To book your place for the seminar or webinar, or if you have any queries please email us.