Resources & Training

Human Trafficking 101

An Introduction to the Immigration, Criminal and Civil Remedies Available to Survivors of Trafficking


This comprehensive 8 hour training offers an in depth introduction to the legal immigration benefits available for trafficking survivors, including detailed information on applying for T and U visas, information on working effectively with law enforcement, and an overview of the civil remedies available to trafficking survivors.

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6 MCLE Credits Available

Training Cost

FREE if you commit to representing one human trafficking case pro bono within the year. $300 for materials* and Training if you are unable to take on a case.

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CAST Legal Services Resources for Attorneys

For Purchase: $300

  1. CD with over 100 template documents and information useful for attorneys serving trafficking survivors. See Index Here
  2. A Practical Guide for Attorneys Assisting Survivors of Human Trafficking
    1. This 134-page manual provides practical advice and templates for attorneys serving trafficking survivors.

Please email to purchase CD and guide.

Legal Training


The working group meeting is an opportunity for attorneys to ask questions and share experiences about handling human trafficking cases. Please bring your specific case questions to share with the group.


The fourth Wednesday of the month

12:00-1:00 PM PT/ 3:00-4:00 PM ET

Upcoming 2015 dates:

January 28

February 25

March 25

April 22

May 27

June 24

August 26

September 23

October 28

December 23


Dial-in Number:
(626) 677-3000

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Legal Intake Guide

Questions for the T-Visa application

Registration for T-Visa Working Group


Registration For Human Trafficking 101


Additional Resources

Child Trafficking Resource Project

Studies show that the trafficking of minors may comprise as much as 30 to 50 percent of all trafficking cases, however only 13 percent of trafficking cases currently identified and assisted by the U.S. Government are minors. In response to this disparity between identifying child trafficking and its actual existence, CAST created a Child Trafficking Outreach Initiative to provide resources and training to organizations that could help to identify and serve trafficked minors. The Child Trafficking Resource Project (CTRP) is the cornerstone of this Outreach Initiative and was established to increase identification of child trafficking survivors in the Los Angeles Area.

Click here to visit the CTRP Web site with valuable resources and training manuals.

Legal Intake Guide

Legal Intake for Trafficking Clients

Legal Resources

A Guide for Legal Advocates Providing Services to Victims of Trafficking

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

Meeting the Legal Needs of Human Trafficking Victims: An Introduction for Domestic

Violence Attorneys and Advocates Jean Bruggeman and Elizabeth Keyes

Identification and Legal Advocacy for Trafficking Survivors, 3rd Edition

New York Anti-Trafficking Network

The IOM Handbook: Direct Assistance for Victims of Trafficking

International Organization for Migration

Interviewing Trafficked Person’s Guidelines

World Health Organization

Gaining the Trust of Your Victim-Witness: A Guide for Law Enforcement Working Human Trafficking Cases

Humanatis, Kelly Heinrich & Jennifer Podkul

Meeting the Legal Needs of Child Trafficking Victims: An Introduction for Children’s Attorneys & Advocates

Eva Klain & Amanda Kloer

Care for Trafficked Children


United Nations Crime Commission

Reconceptualizing Approaches to Human Trafficking: New Directions and Perspectives from the Field(s)

Loyola Law School Legal Studies Paper No. 2007-47

Trafficking, Demand and the Sex Market

Lin Lean Lim