NCVLI to partner on new grant to mobilize legal fellows to provide no-cost legal services to victims of crime in underserved communities.
2022 Voices For Justice Award Recipients
2022 Voices For Justice Award RecipientsVictims’ Rights Partnership Voice for Justice AwardRana Alexander has worked in the domestic and sexual violence field since 1997. Ms. Alexander joined Standpoint in 2005 and became the Executive Director in 2016. As an attorney...
National Crime Victim Law Institute Statement on the Buffalo Hate Crime Shooting
For Immediate Release June 15, 2022National Crime Victim Law Institute Statement on the Buffalo Hate Crime ShootingBelow is the response from Meg Garvin, MA, JD, Mst, Executive Director of the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI): The horrific, racist assault...
‘Absurd and unjust’: A woman says Milwaukee police violated her rights as a victim and is suing to have her case investigated elsewhere
In the News: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Families of Boeing crash victims say the U.S. failed to consult them.
In the News: New York Times
Background:The National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal institute located at Lewis & Clark LawSchool, with offices in downtown Portland. NCVLI works nationally to promote crime victims’ rights in the justicesystem through amicus...
New Demonstration Project Partnership Announced
NCVLI Partners with the International Association of Chiefs of Police to Strengthen Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), working in cooperation with NCVLI and...
Five Strong Amicus Briefs Filed in the Supreme Court Supporting Review in the Jeffrey Epstein Victim Case
In the News: Reason
The Nation’s Courthouses Confront Massive Backlog of Criminal Cases
In the News: NPR News
Justice delayed, or justice denied
In the News: Oregon Live