National Crime Victim Law Institute
As a national 501(c)(3) legal education and advocacy organization based at Lewis & Clark Law School, NCVLI has provided access to justice through victim-centered legal advocacy for more than 20 years.
NCVLI envisions a justice system in which every crime victim has:
- Comprehensive and meaningful legal rights;
- Access to a trained victims’ rights attorney at no cost; and
- Rights that are recognized and enforced.
NCVLI advocates for all survivors, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, religion, immigrant status, or ability.
Join us to learn more about our efforts, to become involved and to join the cause to support crime victims.
Visit our EVENTS PAGE for a full listing of events and trainings.
The Crime Victim Law Conference
The only national conference that focuses on victim law, the 2021 Crime Victim Law Conference will be held on November 11-13. The multi-day event, which includes keynote presenters, seminars and educational programs, will foster interactive learning, open dialogue, networking and engagement amongst all participants. Participants can come together in Portland, Oregon or join virtually. For more information, including sponsorship package information and registration details, click here.
NCVLI IN THE NEWS
NCVLI Press Release, October 4, 2021
NCVLI Stands with Jeffrey Epstein Victim, Courtney Wild, Filing Amicus Curiae Brief Seeking Review by the United States Supreme Court
NPR News, July 13, 2021
The Nation’s Courthouses Confront Massive Backlog of Criminal Cases
Joint Statement on the Cosby Case, June 30, 2021
NCVLI Press Release
Statement from NCVLI on Guilty Verdict in George Floyd Case, April 20, 2021
Oregon Live, March 17, 2021
Justice delayed, or justice denied
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