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NCVLI fights for victims through legal advocacy, training and education, and public policy.
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Thanks to grassroots advocacy, victim’s rights are constantly evolving through both litigation and legislation. Knowing what legislative changes are proposed and what new laws have passed is critical to effective victims’ rights advocacy. Click here to learn about recent legislative activity we are following.
April 16th, 2015
Screening of The Hunting Ground Film
NCVLI is hosting the filming of The Hunting Ground, a documentary film addressing sexual assault on U.S. campuses. The screening will be in McCarty Classroom 2 at Lewis & Clark Law School.
April 18th, 2015
Re-Integrating Victims’ Voices into Justice training - AAUW
NCVLI’s Executive Director Meg Garvin, will present at the American Association of University Women’s Oregon State “Soaring to New Heights” Convention.
NCVLI in the News
Board Member Spotlight: Janis Puracal
Intern Spotlight: Whitney Magnuson is one of NCVLI’s Legal Interns for the Fall of 2014 and is in her third year at Lewis & Clark School of Law.
Intern Spotlight: Jennifer Kristiansen is one of NCVLI’s Legal Interns for the Fall of 2014 and is in her third year at Lewis & Clark School of Law.