This publication provides an overview of the epidemic of modern slavery and human trafficking, surveys some of ways that these challenges have been negatively transformed by COVID-19, and explores how approaches rooted in principles of computational law can help educate readers about these issues, improve transparency and accountability, and reduce the spread of modern slavery and human trafficking.

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