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Intercountry Adoption as Child Trafficking

David M. Smolin, Cumberland Law School, Samford University

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39 Valparaiso Law Review 281 (2004/05)


This article analyzes when intercountry adoption constitutes a form of child trafficking, particularly under international law. The article reviews relevant Treaties on the subjects of slavery and human trafficking, as well as analyzing the problem of money and adoption within the domestic (United States) adoption system.

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David M. Smolin. "Intercountry Adoption as Child Trafficking" Valparaiso Law Review 39.2 (2005): 281-325.
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