NCVBA Mid-Year Conference
2024 National Crime Victim Bar Association Mid-Year Conference
For the second year in a row, the National Crime Victim Bar Association will be hosting a one-day mid-year conference focused on hot topics and emerging trends in civil representation of crime victims!
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. This mid-year conference provides a new experience for NCVBA members to engage with one another in a more interactive setting and focus on emerging trends and topics in the field of civil representation of crime victims.
Yes, we will be allowing virtual registrations. However, please note that due to the interactive nature of the NCVBA conference it may be difficult to interact with colleagues in the same manner that can be done in person, and there are certain limitations to the virtual conference experience.
Registration will be $300 for both in-person and virtual attendees. This cost includes registration, any available materials, breakfast and lunch for in-person attendees, as well as a post-conference reception.
Only NCVBA members are allowed to attend. If you are interested in attending but are not an NCVBA member, you can register for membership through our website here: victimbar.org/register-online.
We are working with local hotels to secure a room block for conference attendees. More information will be available in Winter 2024.
The theme of this meeting is “hot topics”, meaning that we want the content delivered in April to be as topical as possible. As a result, we do not anticipate the agenda being available until mid- to late-February. If you have any questions regarding content, please do not hesitate to reach out in the meantime.
No, the NCVBA Mid-Year Conference is not eligible for CLE credits. If you would like to seek credits through your local CLE board and need any materials from us to do so, please let us know, but the NCVBA will not be submitting this event for credits.