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Brennan Liddle

  • Hosted by Legal Aid of Arkansas
  • Sponsored by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime
  • Service location West Memphis, Arkansas
  • Issue area Crime Victims Advocacy
  • Fellowship class year 2023
  • Program Crime Victims Advocacy Program

The Project

Brennan’s (she/her/hers) project will focus on expanding Legal Aid of Arkansas’ capacity to provide civil legal assistance to survivors of human trafficking.

Fellowship Plans

Brennan will increase local awareness surrounding human trafficking through community engagement and by building strong partnerships throughout the state of Arkansas. She will do this by educating Legal Aid of Arkansas internally on how to identify the warning signs of human trafficking when interviewing clients. She will also develop and distribute informational resources to educate crime victims on their individual rights.

Brennan’s Equal Justice Works Fellowship allows her to begin her legal career by providing holistic legal services to some of Arkansas’ most vulnerable individuals. As someone who is passionate about trauma-informed lawyering, Brennan is eager to serve victims and survivors of human trafficking by helping them gain a sense of safety and security.

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