Anti-Trafficking Advocacy Club

The mission of the Anti-Trafficking Advocacy Club (ATAC) at Lincoln Memorial Duncan School of Law is three-fold:

  1. To educate the Law School and the greater student body about human trafficking, including its manifestations, prevalence, and consequences;

  2. To participate in the fight against human trafficking; and

  3. To serve as a resource to students interested in fighting human trafficking.

 

To fulfill this mission, ATAC works to host various outreach and educational events throughout the year and partners with local and national organizations to help with research, advocacy projects, and services to victims, among other things.
By training the next generation of anti-trafficking advocates to serve victims and educate the community, Lincoln Memorial Duncan School of Law’s Anti-Trafficking Advocacy Club seeks to contribute to the elimination of domestic and international human trafficking.

Rachael Sams, President
Rachael.Sams@lmunet.edu