|Professor Pati Shares her expertise with the students|
The students engaged in a lively discussion with Professor Roza Pati on the universality of human rights and the importance of human rights education. LL.M. students Pryscilla Nicolau, Tiffany Caldwell, and Ty’jah Hill led small group activities and discussions about various current issues on human rights including children’s rights, human trafficking of children, and the child refugee crisis in Syria.
|St. Thomas Law LL.M. students led educational group activities|
Coordinated by Ms. Karla Garcia, Executive Assistant of the Human Trafficking Academy, students had the opportunity to tour the law school campus and visit different departments such as the Office for Career Development, Immigration Clinic, and the LL.M./J.S.D. Program.
These students are part of a special legal-oriented program at H.I.V.E. and their visit to St. Thomas aimed at encouraging their interest in the legal profession and human rights advocacy.