COVID-19 Information

Virtual Conference Information

For the first time, the National Crime Victim Bar Association will be offering an abridged virtual registration for this year’s conference. The virtual registration will be offered at a discounted rate of $500 for individuals who feel more comfortable attending the conference from the comfort of their home or office. 

Virtual NCVBA conference attendees will have access to all NCVBA sessions live-streamed, as well as access to the conference app for the opportunity to network and engage with presenters and attendees from a distance. Virtual conference attendees will also have access to CLE credits for attending the conference virtually.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

As we have previously announced, the 2021 conference will be a hybrid event with in-person and virtual options as explained on the left.

For those individuals who plan to attend the conference in-person, we will be requiring all in-person attendees to certify that they are vaccinated prior to attending the conference. Given that it takes two weeks for the second dose of the vaccine to kick in, this means that you must receive your second dose (if you are receiving Moderna or Pfizer) by September 21, 2021 in order to attend the conference in-person. If you are uncomfortable or unable to certify that you are vaccinated, we encourage you to register for the conference virtually where you will still have access to all of the sessions that are being presented in person. 

If you have any questions regarding this, please reach out to NCVBA Program Manager Christa Andersen at

For more information regarding COVID-19 and vaccinations, please visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website here.