Another leading voice lined up for Tumbling Lassie seminar

18 Jan


A late addition has been made to the programme for the Tumbling Lassie seminar on modern day slavery and human trafficking, with a third leading voice in the field now taking part.

Pam Bowen, CBE, a senior policy advisor at the Crown Prosecution Service, has worked in developing policy for prosecutors and across government on organised immigration crime and human trafficking since 2006.

She will join Alison Di Rollo, QC, the Solicitor General for Scotland, and Parosha Chandran, a human rights barrister who is recognised as one of the world’s leading practitioners in the field of human trafficking, in a panel session to discuss “Lessons and Challenges”.

The seminar (2.5hrs CPD) is in the Faculty’s Mackenzie Building on Saturday, 28 January, from 9:30am. Alison Di Rollo and Parosha Chandran will give the two main presentations, on victims facing charges in the criminal justice system and establishing rights for victims.

There will also be presentations from International Justice Mission and Trafficking Awareness Raising Alliance (TARA), anti-trafficking charities supported by the seminar and The Tumbling Lassie Ball.

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