Attorney and Diplomat Bring Together Lawyers, Nonprofits for Human Rights Effort

, New York Law Journal

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United Against Modern Slavery began about a year ago in the home of Anahita Thoms, counsel to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and her husband, Heiko Thoms, who has served as deputy permanent representative of Germany to the United Nations. The couple became aware of the growing problem of human trafficking through their work and decided to use their connections and resources to bring together attorneys, leaders of nonprofits and UN organizations and charities who are working to help victims.

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Originally appeared in print as Q&A: Anahita & Heiko Thoms

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