Anti-Human Trafficking: Justice for Trauma Survivors & Packing Event

Human trafficking, whether labor or sex, is something we imagine takes place somewhere else...surely not in our suburb...not in our backyard.  Join us as attorney, Judith Miller from our partner, Administer Justice, shares true stories of real-life legal cases encountered by trafficking survivors coming to their Elgin office.  Grow in your understanding of the causes behind human trafficking and the need for access to legal services in the fight against human slavery.

Following our teaching segment, we will pack gift bags that are distributed throughout the year to women we encounter in our anti-human trafficking outreach efforts.  Learn how you can get involved.

South Barrington Campus

(224) 512-1240



Room F360 is located directly above the Food Court area and can be accessed by the stairwell at the F Entrance or the stairwell off the Atrium.