Welcome to the NCVLI Community Page! NCVLI has now expanded the alumni community ”“ people who took Professor Doug Beloof’s Victims in Criminal Procedure course, participated in NCVLI’s Crime Victim Litigation Clinic, or interned with NCVLI during law school ”“ to include the many volunteers, donors, NCVLI partners, survivors, and other supporters of victims’ rights. NCVLI is happy to have a forum in which to bring together and honor all of these heroic people.
NCVLI is thankful to the work done by law student alumni who laid the foundation for this strong community network. The NCVLI Alumni News was first launched by alumni in 2008. It has grown strong and we are proud to be expanding and strengthening this community even further.
In an effort to regularly highlight the achievements of the amazing people in our victims’ rights community and ensure that their work can continue to inspire all of us, NCVLI launched a quarterly publication, the Victims’ Rights Community Update. Each Update spotlights members and their work, and identify ways you can get involved - from events, to internships and volunteering, to educational opportunities. Read archived issues of the Victims’ Rights Community Update by clicking here; please note that as of February 2012 NCVLI no longer houses current issues of the Community Update on the website. To receive this publication in the future, please sign up for NCVLI’s mailing list by clicking here.