NCVLI provides technical assistance in the form of legal research and educational writing as well as trainings to attorneys, advocates, judges, legislatures, and victims. NCVLI does not provide legal advice, nor does it directly represent victims.
NCVLI encourages you to view and download the educational materials in our Victim Law Library.
If the Library does not contain the information you are seeking, you can request technical assistance or a training by clicking on the appropriate link:
If you are an Equal Justice Works Fellow seeking technical assistance under the Crime Victims Justice Corps Fellowship Program, click here.
If you are an attorney or professional victim advocate seeking technical assistance, click here.
If you would like to request a training, click here.
To download our training brochure, click here
NCVLI advocates for all survivors, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, religion, immigrant status, or ability.