Jennifer Burn is the Director of Anti-Slavery Australia and also an Associate Professor, Faculty of Law at the University of Technology, Sydney. In this interview with the ACL's Katherine Spackman she talks about Anti-Slavery Australian and law firm Clayton Utz joining forces to access compensation for victims of sex slavery.  They were awarded the Pro Bono Partnership Award at last night's Law and Justice Foundation of NSW’s 2013 Justice Awards (see media release). There is also a related story in SMH about the work Sex slaves get chance at life free of abuse.

There is also an extended version of the interview here (goes for 8 minutes)