The NCVBA is currently accepting proposals for our 2021 conference. You can fill out a presentation proposal here. If you have any questions, please reach out to Christa Andersen at

The National Crime Victim Bar Association (NCVBA) National Conference provides essential, cutting-edge information on current legal subjects, as well as offers important resources and litigation strategies that attorneys need to best represent crime victims. Held in conjunction with the National Training Institute of the National Center for Victims of Crime, this annual gathering brings together up to 1,000 victim advocates, civil attorneys, criminal justice professionals, and law enforcement officers to share their knowledge and experience across disciplines.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is the registration price reduced since the conference is virtual? 

    Absolutely. The conference price has been decreased drastically to reflect the differences in a virtual event. We are also honoring the regular registration rate through the start of the event, instead of charging a late registration price. More information on rates can be found on the website here.

  2. Will I be able to network with other attendees and presenters during the event? 

    Yes! We are currently working on the best option for networking. This will likely involve an online group (ex: Facebook, Google groups) for attendees to meet, chat, and engage with presenters.

  3. I’ve already made a hotel reservation. What do I do?

    If you have made a reservation at the Hilton, please cancel it as soon as possible. The Hilton will be releasing all room reservations in the next few weeks, but we do recommend contacting them directly to ensure that your reservation has been cancelled.

Registration Fees

Registration Level Non-Member Member
Early Bird
First Time Attendee (NCVBA Members Only)
Law Student (NCVBA Members Only)
Please note: Applications requesting MCLE/CLE credit for this activity are pending approval in various states, including the state of California. 
Pending approval, the number of CLE credit hours that is intended to be issued for 50-minute states is 21.30 hours (including 0.90 Ethics hours and 20.40 General Credit hours). Pending approval, the number of CLE credit hours that is intended to be issued for 60-minute states is 17.75 hours (including 0.75 Ethics hours and 17.00 General Credit hours). Actual hours of CLE credit will depend on the state and the attorney’s attendance.
If you have any questions regarding CLE credit, please reach out to NCVBA Staff Attorney Gabby Alessi-Friedlander at