Ben is the President of Greer & Associates, Elk Grove, California. He is a former Special Deputy Attorney General (AG) with the California Department of Justice. Ben Co-Chaired the AG's Human Trafficking Work Group, and is an expert on California's Anti-Human Trafficking Supply Chain Transparency Act. He lectures around the world on how countries can implement an effective legal framework to prosecute and prevent human trafficking.
California’s Anti-Trafficking Supply Chain Transparency Act: What It Is and How It Works ["Foundations & Futures of International
Law" [Kings College London, The Dickson Poon School of Law - 2014].
Human Trafficking Corporate Supply Chain Transparency: How best to legislatively approach disclosure [Human Trafficking Challenges in the 21st Century, [Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Spain - 2014; HEC Paris Global Conference on Transparency Research, 2013]
Determining the Reasonableness of Non-Compliance: Examining the “Trauma Exception” for T-Visa Applicants, Invited to present at the 2013 Immigration Symposium, [The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice].
Judges Going Rogue: Constitutional Implications When Mandatory Firearm Restrictions Are Removed From Domestic Violence Restraining Orders [University of Wisconsin-Madison Law, “Gender, Justice, & Victim’s Rights: A Gendered Perspective of Victims in the Criminal Justice System.”]
What is the Value of Slave Labor?: Why Fair Market Value Should Not be the Benchmark for Criminal Restitution for Victims of Human Trafficking. [The Northern Illinois University College of Law, 2011 Symposium “Human Trafficking.”]