2014 Crime Victim Law Conference

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:        How many CLE credits are available through Conference?

A:        For Oregon Attorneys: Prior Conferences have had 11-13 Oregon CLE credits available. NCVLI is in the process of applying for Oregon CLE credit, including at least 1 hour of ethics.  We will have a precise number of approved credits available soon. For Other Attorneys: For states beyond Oregon please see the next FAQ. 

 

Q:        Are my CLE credits earned at Conference applicable outside of Oregon?

A:        Attendees seeking CLE credit outside of Oregon will be provided with a certificate of attendance which notes the number of hours of training.  Attendees can then petition their state Bar Association for credit. NCVLI does not seek certification outside of Oregon.

 

Q:        Can my organization provide information to conference attendees? If so, how?

A:        NCVLI will have an unstaffed space for victim service nonprofit and governmental organizations to display literature such as brochures, pamphlets, and leaflets.  Space is limited, however.  Please contact us at ncvliconference@lclark.edu to discuss the display of your materials. 

 

Q:        Are scholarships available for attendees?

A:    Yes, professional development scholarships and a student scholarship are available.  The registration and tuition page will be available shortly with more details.

 

Q:        Can I get a DVD or CD of Conference content?

A:        NCVLI does not provide CD or DVD of Conference materials. We do, however, provide attendees access to a password-protected website on which all Conference materials (e.g. PowerPoints, cases, pleadings) are uploaded and can be viewed and downloaded for personal use after Conference.

 

Q:        Can I register for just one day of Conference?

A:        Yes, single day rates are available.  The registration page will be available soon and will detail single day options.

 

Q:        I registered for Conference but am only able to attend one day or cannot attend the event at all, can I transfer my registration to someone else?

A:        No. We are unable to accommodate requests for transfer of registration from one party to another. If you have extenuating circumstances and would like to know more, please contact us at ncvliconference@lclark.edu.

 

Q:        I am unable to attend Conference but would like a copy of Conference materials. How do I obtain a copy of the materials if I am not an attendee?

A:        All materials provided at Conference or made available on the password protected website after the Conference are solely for the benefit of paid Conference attendees. If you are a paid attendee but simply cannot attend you will still have access to the password-protected website after the Conference.  If you are not a paid attendee we cannot provide you the materials.  

 

Q:       Is transportation provided to the conference?

A:        At this time, we are anticipating that the conference will be in walking distance to both conference hotels.  Transportation to/from the airport will be arranged by the attendee and affordable light-rail service will be available between the airport and conference location/conference hotels.

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