NCVLI Training Opportunities
NCVLI trains on a variety of victim law issues from specific victims’ rights such as the rights to privacy, protection, notice, presence, and to be heard; to core access to justice issues, such as securing language access and testimonial accommodations; to issues impacting specific victim populations, such as military-connected victims, victims of hate and bias crimes, and immigrant crime victims.
NCVLI leverages distance learning and in-person approaches to reach attorneys, advocates, and other criminal justice and allied professionals across the nation. We are happy to provide customized trainings. To request a training, please fill out this form.
For a calendar of all of NCVLI’s events, including upcoming trainings click here.
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“Even though I do this work regularly, there is always something I learn from NCVLI’s presentations. All have been clear, concise, organized and knowledgeable.”
“[T]he training as designed provides me with vital information that is easy to incorporate into practice.”
Select Past Trainings
To access descriptions of past NCVLI trainings, click on the links below. For access to recordings of past trainings, join our membership alliance – NAVRA. Visit www.navra.org for more information.