The Department of Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida provides excellence in teaching, research and service related to the law and legal community. Dedicated to its students, the faculty delivers outstanding instruction at the undergraduate level, incorporating learning, service and inquiry. By actively developing meaningful partnerships, it provides exemplary service to the university and the broader professional and academic community.
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Alisia Smith, the legal studies department chair, will serve as the interim co-director for the new Center for the Study of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery at UCF. The center is a proactive solution to address the growing human-trafficking problem that communities face in Central Florida, the United States and around the world. Read more about the center here.