Emma Franck-Gwinnell - Laidlaw poster

Many jurisdictions have introduced modern slavery "transparency" legislation, requiring organisations to disclose steps they are taking to fight slavery in their supply chains. However, most such legislation is ineffective. My research asked why this is so, and how the legislation can be improved.

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Emma Franck-Gwinnell

Future Trainee Solicitor, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

I graduated from Durham University in July 2019, having completed my Laidlaw Undergraduate Scholarship in Research and Leadership, where I focused on business' responsibilities to stop modern slavery in their supply chains, and the impact that the law can have on this. Since February 2020, I've been studying the Legal Practice Course in London, and will be joining Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP as a Trainee Solicitor in August 2020. I'm passionate about entrepreneurialism, getting more women into business, and ending slavery in supply chains. Please don't hesitate to contact me to talk about careers in commercial law, student leadership while at university, and anything else you think I might be interested in.

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