Post Written by Abigail Hayes: A NCOSE Victory
National Center on Sexual Exploitation
Regent University’s Center for Global Justice is proud to partner with the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE). NCOSE is a leader in the fight to end human trafficking. They do so by developing innovative legal strategies to attack online providers of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).
Pornography is a leading cause of sex trafficking, especially the sex trafficking of minors. There is no coincidence that the rise of slavery occurred simultaneously with the rise of the internet.
Center for Global Justice
Every semester, the Center for Global Justice partners with NCOSE by having students prepare a research project that propels NCOSE’s legal efforts. Additionally, the Center sends summer interns and writes blog posts about NCOSE’s innovative work.
This summer, a Center for Global Justice Student Staffer had the privilege to assist with the Doe v. MindGeek Complaint. The Opinion for this case was released last week, showing yet another NCOSE victory. Read more about the decision here.
The Center is thrilled to partner with organizations like NCOSE. Effectuating legal change in the fight to end human trafficking.
This post was written by a Center for Global Justice Law Clerk. The views expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect those of Regent University, Regent Law School. Or the Center for Global Justice.