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Law Center for Children and Families Biography

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“The National Law Center for Children and Families (NLC) is a non-profit law center formed in 1991 and has since served as an agent of change and education in the areas of child sexual exploitation. The NLC is proud to continue that service today in seminars and through its website,”

“About Us,” (accessed Nov. 12, 2007)


“The NLC PROTECTS Seminar Series is an effort to train prosecutors, investigators and local government attorneys on the challenges involved in child sexual exploitation. The seminars feature experts on topics including child pornography investigation and prosecution, Internet forensics, on-line enticement investigation, human trafficking, sex offender management at the local level, the Adam Walsh Child Protection & Safety Act of 2006, and other child sexual exploitation issues. A seasonal newsletter, The Enforcer, and a law enforcement-only website are additional components of the Seminar Series.”

“About Us,” (accessed Nov. 12, 2007)

501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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