TraffLab Research Fellow
and Assistant Editor – LL.M Student
Jade Kosché is a current U.S. Fulbright fellow and an LL.M student in the international business law program at Tel Aviv University, Buchmann Faculty of Law. She is a graduate of Trinity Law School and licensed to practice law in California. She has worked in labor law and insurance law, litigating a variety of cases, including complex litigation matters. She is interested in the interplay of international human rights law, labor abuses, global value chains, and corporate governance.
Research at TraffLab: She serves as an assistant editor for the forthcoming book, Modern Slavery and the Governance of Global Value Chains, to be published by Cambridge University Press. She researches the interrelations of corporate responsibility, labor markets, and human trafficking to map global corporate responsibility initiatives under the advisory of Dr. Hila Shamir.
Jade Kosché, Understanding Human Trafficking: Levels of Familiarity for Non-Governmental Organization Purposes, Global Learning Community of Chab Dai International (2016). The full text is available here.
Jade Kosché, Corporate Personhood and Supply Chain Accountability: A Constitutional Analysis and Tort Law Proposition (in preparation for submission to law journals). The full text is available here.