Substantive contributions to the Case Law Database

The following institutions and individuals have kindly provided case law summaries and collaborated with UNODC:

Queen Mary University of London


Prof. Violeta Moreno-Lax, Ramy Moustafa Abdelhady, Laavanya Kaushik, Angeli Patricia Romero, Dylan Siry.

University of Michigan, Human Trafficking Database

Prof. Bridgette Carr, Elizabeth Campell, Jane Khodarkovsky, Jason David Burns, Karen Gift


The University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law


Prof. Andreas Schloenhardt, Paris Astill-Torchia, Annalyce Cuda, Chris Deitch, Ashley Hammett, Rosie Hunt, Jarrod Jolly, Laura-Rose Lynch, San-Joe Tan, Geoff Walker


Queen's University Belfast, School of Law

Prof. Jean Allain, Dr. Marie Lynch


International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Centre, Jagiellonian University



The Protection Project at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies


 Prof. Mohamed Y. Mattar

Economist & Jurist School


Prof. María Gavilán and the students of the Master's Degree "Máster Universitario de Acceso a la Profesión de Abogado"

The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI)


White & Case LLP


Shearman & Sterling LLP


iProbono, UK


United Nations Volunteers

Mai Ali, Sandra Becret, Yuming Han, Ana María Bennasar López, and Ekaterina Voronina




La Strada




Bundesweiter Koordinierungskreis gegen Menschenhandel e.V.


2020: Laura Clark, Yang Ding of Harvard Law School and Sara Conolly of  Cornell University, as ad hoc volunteer placements

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