Altion Law are proud to announce the launch of a new book by Consultant Barrister Ben Douglas-Jones QC and his co-authors, Philippa Southwell and Michelle Brewer on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: Law and Practice.

Ben Douglas Jones is an expert in Modern Slavery and also co-wrote the Crown Prosecution Service Guidance on charging and prosecuting victims of human trafficking as well as the Law Society Guidance on refugee defences. He provides domestic and international training on human trafficking and modern slavery in the context of practitioner and regulatory compliance training.

Ben works with Altion Law specialising in corporate crime, fraud and corruption cases and his expertise extends to all areas of due diligence, corporate and business risk management and trouble-shooting. He has additional expertise in competition law, health and food safety, trademark infringement and property and planning disputes.

Ben and Altion Law can provide practical and strategic programmes to address the risks presented by Modern Slavery, tailored to your businesses commercial and sector specific needs. These include:

  • Bespoke training appropriate for board level through to risk manager or site manager level and draft policies and codes of conduct.
  • Assistance with undertaking a human rights/modern slavery risk assessment, and generating a risk map of prioritised exposures together with recommendations and options to ensure compliance
  • Advise on global supply chain compliance and due diligence measures.
  • Create and implement internal monitoring tool, including key performance/compliance indicators
  • Carrying out interviews with key stakeholders, suppliers and local leadership, both for pre-emptive situations and where risk measures are raised.

Published on 22nd February 2018, the book is a practical, concise, guide to human trafficking law & procedure and modern slavery, covering all aspects of on behalf of human trafficking and the law around this.
A copy of the book can be purchased here:

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