The Modern Crime Victims’ Rights Movement has evolved into “one of the most successful civil liberties movements of recent times.”
You don’t need to have a law degree or lots of money to make an impact for victims. From volunteering to joining the National Association of Victims’ Rights Attorneys & Advocates to donating, your actions have an impact for victims.
What our community members are saying:
NCVLI’s work appeals to me because it represents an interest in criminal cases that often gets overlooked, victims. As a pro bono attorney at NCVLI, I have been able to work on policy issues that arose out of actual cases and I have gained an even greater understanding of the significance of the law for the individual, as well as society as a whole. Sylvia GoldenNAVRA Member and Pro Bono Attorney
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