NCVLI Staff

Meg Garvin, MA, JD

Executive Director

Meg Garvin, MA, JD, is the Executive Director of the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) and a Clinical Professor of Law at Lewis & Clark Law School. Ms. Garvin is recognized as a leading expert on victims’ rights. She has testified before Congress, state legislatures, and the Judicial Proceedings Panel on Sexual Assault in the Military. In her expert capacity she serves on the Defense Advisory Committee on Investigation, Prosecution, and Defense of Sexual Assault in the Armed Forces and on the Victims Advisory Group of the United States Sentencing Commission. Previously she served on the Victim Services Subcommittee, of the Response Systems to Adult Sexual Assault Crime Panel of the United States Department of Defense, as co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section Victims Committee, co-chair of the Oregon Attorney General’s Crime Victims’ Rights Task Force, and as a member of the Legislative & Public Policy Committee of the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force. Ms. Garvin received the John W. Gillis Leadership Award from National Parents of Murdered Children in August 2015. Prior to joining NCVLI, Ms. Garvin practiced law in Minneapolis, Minnesota and clerked for the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. She received her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Puget Sound, her master of arts degree in communication studies from the University of Iowa, and her JD from the University of Minnesota. Meg joined NCVLI in January 2003. Pronouns: she/her/hers

Terry L. Campos, JD

Ms. Campos researches victims’ rights laws and policies across the United States, provides technical legal assistance to attorneys and advocates nationwide, drafts amicus curiae briefs, and presents online and in-person trainings and webinars on a variety of victims’ rights topics. Prior to joining NCVLI, Ms. Campos was an appellate attorney with the Office of the State Appellate Defender (OSAD) in Chicago, Illinois representing indigent persons on appeal in criminal cases and interned for the Metropolitan Public Defender in Portland, Oregon. Ms. Campos has a BS in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Florida and a JD from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College with a certificate in Criminal law. Ms. Campos joined NCVLI in May 2008. Pronouns: she/her/hers

Ellen Dully, MBA

Director of Administration and Operations

Ellen Dully, M.BA, is the Director of Administration and Operations of the National Crime Victim Law Institute and is responsible for day-to-day operational, administrative and financial management. In this role, Ellen works to ensure efficient contract and grant compliance, effective management of human resources, creation of business plans, and oversees budget development and financial reporting. Prior to joining NCVLI, Ellen worked as Associate Director of Development Operations at Oregon Food Bank, where she was responsible for fundraising strategy for the statewide hunger-relief organization. Ellen holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religions Studies from Macalester College, and a Master of Business Administration from Willamette University. Ellen joined NCVLI in April 2018. Pronouns: she/her/hers