What Jeffrey Epstein's suicide means for his accusers


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    Maya Simek is a clinical law professor and co-director of Case Western Reserve’s Health & Human Trafficking Clinic.

Maya Simek is a clinical law professor and co-director of Case Western Reserve’s Health & Human Trafficking Clinic. 

She's available to discuss the Jeffrey Epstein case, particularly how it relates to his victims. Simek believes that accusers are still able pursue civil claims against his estate for damages. 

The clinic, representing survivors of both sex and labor trafficking, has been a part of some high-profile cases in the past.

Simek is available to discuss the Epstein case with the media

Note: Interviews can be arranged at an on-campus television studio (transmission via VYVX HD loop), by digital tape sync for audio, in-person or by phone.

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