New Publications Added to Victim Law Library
September 06, 2013
As part of our commitment to ensuring access to cutting edge research, writing, and training on victim law we have revamped our Victim Law Library. The library is re-organized and ever-expanding. It includes our Victim Law Bulletins, which provide in-depth analysis of topics relating to victims’ rights together with practice tips; our most recent quarterly Crime Victim Law Updates, which compile summaries of court decisions affecting victims’ rights from state and federal courts nationwide; articles from our Newsletter of Crime Victim Law, a semi-annual newsletter; select webinars; 50-state surveys analyzing the state of the country; and more!
And we’re not done yet. New resources are regularly being added to the Library. In October we added two new Bulletin publications: Protecting Victims from Discovery Requests in Civil Proceedings During the Pendency of a Related Criminal Case and Protecting Victims’ Privacy Rights: The Use of Pseudonymns in Criminal Cases.
Check out the Library today & keep coming back!