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FIU Law recent Trial Team champion and Law Review Articles Editor, third-year student Josefine Blick, authored “Combatting the Business of Human Trafficking in the United States through Implementation of the Nordic Model,” on November 19, 2017, for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog.

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Ms. Blick is also the recent recipient of the Alex Alvarez Scholarship in Trial Advocacy, as well as an American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) scholarship winner.  She has competed in several Trial Team competitions, including the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy Competition, and winning this past year’s Hon. E. Earle Zehmer Memorial Trial Advocacy Competition, sponsored by the Florida Justice Association (FJA).

Said Trial Advocacy Program Founding Director Professor H.T. Smith, “Ms. Blick is the type of well-rounded achiever that the Trial Advocacy Program is nurturing – a student who masters her craft and endeavors to give back to her profession and the community with scholarship, service, and leadership.”