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2018 Crime Victim Law Conference

June 7-8, 2018 - Oregon Convention Center
Portland, Oregon

Registration and Tuition

Click here to register for the 2018 Conference

 

2018 Rates 

Early Bird
Before May 4
2 Day

Early Bird
Before May 4
1 Day

Regular
After May 4
2 Day

Regular
After May 4
1 Day

Standard

$399

$225

$475

$275

Government, Academic
or Non-Profit

$339

$180

$399

$239

Student

$125

$125

$125

$125


Tuition: 

Tuition covers the cost of the two-day Conference and includes Conference snacks, some meals and program materials.

Single Day Rate:

Interested in attending the Conference but only available one day?  Single day registration is available.  

Early Bird Rate: 

Register by Friday, May 4, 2018 to receive discounts on tuition.

Travel Discount:* 

Attendees traveling from the Eastern, Central, Hawaiian time zones are eligible for a $50 discount on registration. Select the TIMEZONE rate for your particular ticket when registering.  

NAVRA Member Discount:* 

Members of the National Alliance of Victims’ Rights Attorneys & Advocates who have an Enhanced Membership receive $50.00 off tuition.  NAVRA Enhanced members will receive an email with their coupon code.

NAVRA is NCVLI’s bar association of attorneys, advocates and others committed to the protection, enforcement, and advancement of crime victims’ rights. Visit www.navra.org to learn more about NAVRA and to become a member. (Registrants are eligible for only one discount.) 

*Only one discount can be claimed. Discounts are not available for the student rate and are pro-rated for the one-day rates. 

Cancellation Policy: 

Tuition minus $50 handling fee will be refunded provided an emailed request is submitted to NCVLI at ncvliconference@lclark.edu and received by Monday, May 8, 2018. For individuals or organizations paying by check or at the door, NCVLI will invoice the balance due if funds have not been received in advance.

Law Student Writing Competition: 

Law students are invited to submit an original paper or abstract analyzing the legal rights of crime victims. Winners receive a monetary prize and selected papers are eligible for presentation at the Conference. Click here to download an application and apply. Applications are due Friday, February 16, 2018. 

Survivor Scholarships:  

Thanks to funding from generous donors, NCVLI is pleased to offer tuition scholarships to eligible survivors to attend the 2017 Crime Victim Law Conference.  Click here to download an application and apply.  Applications are considered quarterly for various professional develop opportunities, but applications seeking funds for the 2017 Conference are due Friday, February 16, 2018.

Student Scholarships: 

Thanks to funding made available from a generous donor, NCVLI is pleased to offer a full tuition scholarship to an eligible law student to attend the 2017 Crime Victim Law Conference. Click here to download an application and apply. Applications are due Friday, February 16, 2018.

Professional Development Scholarships: 

The Office for Victims of Crime offers Professional Development Scholarships to those who work with victims of crime.  Click here to learn more and apply. 

We will be submitting a request to OVW in the Fall 2018 for approval to allow OVW grantees to attend the Conference.

Questions about registration and tuition? Please check the FAQ page. If you do not find an answer please contact us at ncvliconference@lclark.edu or 503-768-6819