Victims' Rights Community Bulletin
A publication of the National Crime Victim Law Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School
Issue 5, Volume 1July 2011
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Dear Victims' Rights Community,

June was a truly inspiring month in the victims' rights community.  At NCVLI's 10th Annual Crime Victims' Rights Conference, members of the victims' rights community congregated from across the country, representing every corner of the field.  The Conference was not only a time for victims' rights practitioners to learn from each other, but also to network, build community, and have fun!

Below you will see a few examples of the victims' rights community members who brought their passion to the Conference and helped make the event such a success.  You will also read about our 3rd Annual Crime Victims' Rights Reception - an event that allowed conference attendees to relax and catch up after a long day of learning at the Conference.  The energy at this event was palpable and the photos are great!  Read on to get inspired!

Sincerely,
The NCVLI Team 

 

Congratulations to the 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award Recipients

NCVLI presented the 2011 Outstanding Achievement Awards at the Crime Victim Law Conference in June.  To read more about this year's winners and the amazing work they do to help victims, click here.     

  2011 Outstanding Achievement Award Recipients     

Conference Volunteers

Five of NCVLI's Conference Volunteers (from left): Fumi Owoso, Jacqueline Swanson, Sarah Hays, Sarah Dandurand, and Zack Pollock.

Thank you
to our Conference Volunteers!

This year NCVLI was fortunate to have the support of an incredible volunteer force at our Crime Victim Law Conference. 
Volunteers donated over 100 hours in making the Conference a success. To read more, click here..
3rd Annual Crime Victims' Rights Reception
On Tuesday, June 14, NCVLI hosted its 3rd Annual Crime Victims' Rights Reception at the Benson Hotel in Portland, Oregon. More than 130 Crime Victim Law Conference attendees and friends of NCVLI from the community gathered to enjoy each other's company and celebrate the successes of the past 10 years of victims' rights enforcement.  To read more about the Reception and see photos from the event, click here.
2011 Crime Victims' Rights Reception

 

Upcoming Community Events

Thursday, September 1st, 2011
NCVLI Open House

To kick off the academic year, NCVLI will host an open house at our downtown Portland offices. 
Stay tuned for details!

2011-2012 Academic Year
Law Student Activities
Watch our website for upcoming activities for law students including an introduction to victims' rights with NCVLI Executive Director, Meg Garvin, and monthly victims' rights student lunches