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The world requires an international collaboration across law, AI and ethics to address problems surrounding human trafficking and online exploitation.

This September, The Dickson Poon School of Law's The Verdict podcast joins forces with The Alan Turing Institute to discuss the challenges facing the fields of law and AI in fighting modern slavery, and the exciting potential for multidisciplinary collaboration.

Dr Anna Loutfi, legal researcher, commentator, and human rights barrister, leads the conversation with Parosha Chadran, Professor of Practice in Modern Slavery Law at King's and the UK’s leading anti-slavery lawyer, and Anjali Mazumder, Theme Lead on AI and Justice & Human Rights at The Alan Turing Institute.

This online seminar is hosted by The Alan Turing Institute in collaboration with The Dickson Poon School of Law, and is part of the Institute's first international event series 'Do great minds think alike?'. This conversation is also part of the new season of The Verdict podcast, which will be released in Autumn 2021.


About The Verdict podcast
Brought to you by The Dickson Poon School of Law, The Verdict bridges the ever-widening gap between law, regulation, the courts and the general public. Through conversations with legal experts, presenter, barrister Dr Anna Loutfi, dissects current issues facing our society, with an aim to drive change. 

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Professor of Practice in Modern Slavery Law

Anna Loutfi

Legal Researcher and Digital Content Producer for The Verdict (legal podcast)

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