Ohio State Bar Foundation

On the Margin: Foster Youth at Risk for Human Trafficking

Join the Ohio State Bar Foundation’s 2019 Fellows Class for On the Margin: Foster Youth at Risk for Human Trafficking, a virtual educational symposium highlighting the alarming number of Ohio kids in foster care who fall victim to human trafficking.

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On October 20 at 4 PM, attendees will hear from Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, human trafficking survivors, and other experts who are fighting to address this concerning issue. Discussions will be led by former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Yvette McGee Brown and will focus on educating and, more importantly, action.

Throughout the evening, the event will highlight three different organizations who are on the frontlines working with survivors, kids, and the community.

Learn what Advocating Opportunities, CASA of Franklin County, and Ohio Justice & Policy Center are already doing to help foster youth and victims of human trafficking and how you can get more involved.



First, you will need to register to attend by clicking here. Once you register, you will receive an automated email response letting you know that your registration is complete. As the event gets closer, you will receive regular reminders and updates through the email you registered with. Then, keep an eye out for a special link to be used to join the virtual symposium. 



Interested in being a sponsor of the virtual symposium? Contact Dave Alexander at david.alexander@squirepb.com

Become an individual or corporate sponsor and 100% of your donation will go directly to Advocating Opportunities, CASA of Franklin County, and Ohio Justice and Policy Center to benefit the fight against human trafficking. Be a leader and support making a difference.



If you have questions about the virtual symposium, please contact OSBF Fellows Relationship and Events Coordinator Lisa Ray at LRay@OSBF.net or 614-487-4486.