NCVLI Executive Director Receives 2020 Frank Carrington Crime Victim Attorney Award
The American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section presented NCVLI Executive Director Meg Garvin with the 2020 Frank Carrington Crime Victim Attorney Award on November 20, 2020. This Award recognizes “attorneys or legal service providers who have either directly represented specific victims in criminal, juvenile, or appellate courts or who have worked to promote or implement policies to improve the treatment of crime victims in the criminal justice system”.
Meg has worked tirelessly to advance and improve the rights of crime victims through scholarship and legal advocacy and as a nationally recognized expert who dedicates significant time to ensuring strong, enforceable rights are available to all victims in every jurisdiction.
Congratulations to Meg! We are very proud of her leadership at NCVLI and throughout the country. To read more about the CJS Awards Ceremony and Meg’s accomplishments, click here.