Institute CEO Speaks At Dallas Morning News and University of Dallas Event

Victor Boutros, the Institute’s CEO, spoke at a “Confronting Human Trafficking” event hosted by The Dallas Morning News in collaboration with the University of Dallas on Wednesday, February 26. This event aimed to raise awareness of modern slavery while strengthening the University of Dallas’ role in the community. Other speakers included Texas Attorney General Ken … Continue reading Institute CEO Speaks At Dallas Morning News and University of Dallas Event

Institute’s Special Counsel in Uganda Featured in The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News featured Tyler Dunman, the Institute’s Special Counsel in Uganda, in a news story on March 11, 2020, entitled, “A Houston Prosecutor Took His Family to Uganda to Fight Sex Traffickers. It’s Been a Journey of Faith.” The article recounted his family’s decision to move to Uganda, and how he is partnering … Continue reading Institute’s Special Counsel in Uganda Featured in The Dallas Morning News

Institute’s Associate Legal Counsel Featured in Northwestern College’s Magazine

By: REBECCA JUN Alyssa Currier, the Institute’s Associate Legal Counsel, was featured in a news story entitled, “Modern Slavery Fighter,” published by Northwestern College’s magazine, the Classic. Currier received a B.A. in political science and Spanish from Northwestern, where she initially considered attending law school and pursuing anti-trafficking work. The article explains how this unfolded … Continue reading Institute’s Associate Legal Counsel Featured in Northwestern College’s Magazine

Institute Featured in Uganda News Media Story

By: REBECCA JUN The Institute was featured in a news story entitled “U.S. Trains CID Detectives in Anti Human Trafficking,” published by Chimp Reports on February 20, 2020. The article reported on a training conducted by Uganda’s Directorate of Criminal Investigations and the Institute for Uganda’s National Police Human Trafficking Department. Click here to read … Continue reading Institute Featured in Uganda News Media Story

Institute CEO Featured in Baylor Alumni Magazine

By: MOLLY WICKER Institute Founding Director and CEO Victor Boutros was featured in the October issue of Baylor University’s alumni magazine. Victor graduated from Baylor in 1998, where he studied philosophy. He also attended Harvard, Oxford and the University of Chicago Law School, from which he earned a juris doctor in 2003. While pursuing a … Continue reading Institute CEO Featured in Baylor Alumni Magazine

Douglass Fellows Mentor Joins Department of Justice

By: Molly Wicker Betsy Hutson, a Douglass Fellows mentor and experienced prosecutor, recently announced that she will join the Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit in the Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section. She will be a trial attorney. Most recently, Hutson worked for McGuire Woods, where she led the team that won the largest civil single-plaintiff human … Continue reading Douglass Fellows Mentor Joins Department of Justice

Institute CEO Speaks at UVA Darden

BY: MOLLY WICKER Victor Boutros, Institute CEO, spoke to Executive MBA students at the University of Virginia’s D.C. Darden School of Business campus. The talk, which focused on the economics of human trafficking, provided students with an opportunity to apply what they recently learned about Global Economies and Markets (GEM) and Operations, including supply chain. … Continue reading Institute CEO Speaks at UVA Darden

Regent University School of Law Cites Institute

By: MOLLY WICKER In a recent article analyzing the outcomes of the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report, Regent University School of Law Professor S. Ernie Walton cites the Human Trafficking Institute’s partnership with Uganda as a key factor in the country’s continued progress. “With this partnership,” Walton writes, “a well-functioning justice system, various other measures … Continue reading Regent University School of Law Cites Institute

Institute Cited in Belize Media Coverage on TIP Ranking

By: MOLLY WICKER On June 20, 2019, the U.S. Department of State released its annual Trafficking in Persons Report, in which Belize received an improved Tier 2 Watch List ranking. After four consecutive years of receiving a failing grade, the improved ranking demonstrates the country’s committed efforts to training dedicated police officers and prosecutors to … Continue reading Institute Cited in Belize Media Coverage on TIP Ranking