Conferences

Stay tuned for registration for the 2022 NCVBA Conference

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

NTI will be held at the Hilton Atlanta from October 6th – October 8th, 2021. As of now, we are planning for an in-person event. Should this change, we will notify you as soon as possible.

Yes. More details about this will be available soon, but only a select number of presentations will be viewable through the virtual option.

 

We will be working very closely with the Hilton to make sure all CDC guidelines are followed during the event. We anticipate those guidelines to include mandatory mask usage, social distancing during sessions, and frequent sanitization of shared spaces, in addition to others.

We have updated our conference site and registration process to be more streamlined and user friendly! All conference information, including registration and payment, can be found on www.victimbar.org. You will no longer need to create an account to register for the conference. If you have any issues with registration, please let us know. 

 

Absolutely! When you get to the check out page, select “pay by check” and mail your check to the address listed. Be sure to include your name (or the name of the attendees) on the check so we can confirm your registration when we receive the payment.  Please send a check to: National Center for Victims of Crime P.O. Box 101207 Arlington, VA 22210.

 

We are using a new check-in process this year, so make sure you keep your confirmation email after you pay for the event. This email contains a QR code that will be scanned during registration to streamline our check in process. 

 

Yes. There are discounts for active NCVBA members, as well as first time attendees, paralegals, and law students. If you are an active NCVBA member, you should receive a discount code via email. If you need the codes for any other discounts, please email Christa Andersen at candersen@victimsofcrime.org.

 

Registration Fees

Registration Level Non-Member Member
Early Bird
$700
$650
Standard
$750
$700
Paralegal
$500
$500
First Time Attendee (NCVBA Members Only)
N/A
$400
Law Student (NCVBA Members Only)
N/A
Free