MVA’s Human Trafficking Pro Bono Project recognized during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
Moore and Van Allen’s Human Trafficking Pro Bono Project was recognized by United States Attorney Dena King during the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week event hosted by the US Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina. MVA attorneys Sarah Byrne, Jennifer Braccia and Kristin Arnold represented the firm at the event. MVA’s Human Trafficking Pro Bono Project has partnered with the US Attorney’s Office for the WDNC for a decade, providing pro bono representation to victims and advancing community collaborations. National Crime Victims’ Right Week is a reminder of the value of strong public-private partnerships in supporting survivors.