Douglass Fellows Mentor Joins Department of Justice

by | Sep 24, 2019

Betsy Hutson, a Douglass Fellows mentor and experienced prosecutor, recently announced that she will join the Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit in the Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section. She will be a trial attorney. Most recently, Hutson worked for McGuire Woods, where she led the team that won the largest civil single-plaintiff human trafficking award in American history.

Hutson has been involved with the Institute in various capacities, including serving as a Douglass Fellows mentor for two years, as well as accompanying the Institute on a State Department trip to Peru to interview and document stories of trafficking survivors.

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