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National Crime Victim Law Institute

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NCVLI trains on victims’ rights enforcement through in-person trainings, conference presentations, webinars, and other technology assisted trainings. Our trainings range from introductory for those new to victims’ rights; to advanced for those who want to deepen their knowledge of a particular topic; to practical skills for those working in the trenches.

Trainings are customizable by audience, length and learning objective.  Because protecting victims’ rights is often a multidisciplinary endeavor, NCVLI routinely partners with medical and mental health professionals to co-train.

We welcome suggestions for topics and speakers for any of our events. To suggest a topic or a speaker please send us an email.

Whether your audience consists of prosecutors, advocates, judges, law enforcement, allied professionals, community partners, students, or a combination of these, and whether you have 1 hour or 2 days, a training from NCVLI will improve your understanding of and ability to protect victims’ rights. To request a training from NCVLI please fill out the following form:

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Sample titles: History & Current Landscape of Victims' Rights; Victim Standing: What & Why?; Financial Recovery for Victims; Protecting Victim Privacy; Neuroscience Informing Law; Counterintuitive Victim Behaviors Explained Through Science; Accommodations: From Facility Dogs to CCTV; Representation of Child-Victims; State-Specific Litigation of Rights; Intersection of Victims' Rights and Rape Shield; Opposing Invasive Subpoenas; Ethical Challenges; Preparing for Appellate Review; Seeking Restitution for Human Trafficking Victims; Avoiding the Unauthorized Practice of Law; Sexual Assault Victims' Rights.
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