I'm pretty sure there isn't human trafficking in Ann Arbor, but the Michigan Journal of International Law is hosting a symposium on the topic on February 4 and 5 at Michigan's law school. Full disclosure: I am on the editorial board for MJIL so this is kind of a shameless plug, but nonetheless I invite all of Damn Arbor's loyal followers to attend.
The speakers are some really prominent people in the field of human trafficking monitoring, including Luis CdeBaca, who was appointed by President Obama to the position of Ambassador-at-Large to the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. Other speakers include law professors and the heads of non-profits.
There will also be free food! Visit the journal's website for the full schedule.