|Present||Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law ‐ Center for Law, Health and Society|
|B.A., high honors in International Development, Clark University|
|J.D., Columbia Law School|
Human Rights in Children's Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of Law Faculty Publications By Year (2016)
How can children grow to realize their inherent rights and respect the rights of others? In this book, authors Jonathan Todres and Sarah Higinbotham explore this question through both human rights law and children's literature. ...
Contributions to Books (11)
Physician Encounters with Human Trafficking: Legal Consequences and Ethical Considerations AMA Journal of Ethics (2017)
There is growing recognition and evidence that health care professionals regularly encounter - though they may not identify - victims of human trafficking in a variety of health care settings. Identifying and responding appropriately to ...
Independent Children and the Legal Construction of Childhood Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal (2014)
Millions of children around the world wish most of all for the chance at an education. Their thirst for education is so great that when barriers such as school fees have been removed in some ...
Human Trafficking and the Private Sector: A Role for Corporate Counsel International Law News (2013)
The private sector plays a critical role in the area of human trafficking. It can both facilitate exploitation and help prevent it from occurring. This short article discusses the emerging role of the private sector ...
A Public Health Approach to Human Trafficking Global Eye on Human Trafficking (2013)
Trafficked individuals experience physical, sexual and emotional violence at the hands of traffickers, pimps, employers, among others, and are exposed to various workplace, health and environmental hazards. The breadth of the harm suggests a role ...
A Person's a Person: Children's Rights in Children's Literature Columbia Human Rights Law Review (2013)
Although the Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history, children’s rights are still seen in many circles as novel and quaint ideas but not serious ...
Human Rights, Labor, and the Prevention of Human Trafficking: A Response to A Labor Paradigm for Human Trafficking UCLA Law Review Discourse (2013)
This Essay responds to an article by Hila Shamir previously published in the UCLA Law Review, in which she suggests that human rights has failed as a framework for addressing human trafficking and that instead ...