Christy Salzman

Boston University LawChristy Salzman is a third-year law student at Boston University School of Law. She graduated from Central Washington University with a major in Political Science and dual minors in Sociology and Non-Profit Organizational Management. Prior to law school, Christy worked at various anti-trafficking organizations, including Compassion First and Washington Trafficking Prevention. In law school, she

spent her first-year summer as a legal extern for the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in the Special Assault Unit in Seattle, Washington. During her second year, Christy served as a student attorney in the Immigrants’ Rights and Human Trafficking Program, where she worked on T Visa applications for human trafficking survivors. She is Executive Editor of the International Law Journal, and spent her second-year summer as a legal intern at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office in the Human Trafficking Unit. Mentor: Betsy Hutson, Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit, U.S. Department of Justice