Free to Law Students (space limited)

July 20, 2012

Child-Victims: Providing Effective Rights Enforcement Representation
Join the countryfs leading experts on victimsf rights for an intensive, two-day training focused on child-victims of crime. This two-day program, Child-Victims: Providing Effective Rights Enforcement Representation, will be offered at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children on Wednesday, August 1 and Thursday, August 2, 2012 in Alexandria, Virginia.
This training seeks to educate practitioners about victims’ rights and help foster a collaborative working relationship among professionals who assist child]victims of crime. It is open to lawyers, advocates, medical professionals, social workers, law students, and other allied professionals.
The training will provide participants with an overview of victims’ rights, a detailed discussion of child development knowledge and age-appropriate techniques for working with a child]victim client, in-depth information and practical litigation skills for attorneys asserting a child]victims’ rights throughout a criminal proceeding, analysis of ethical issues that may arise when representing  child-victims of crime, and discussion of the inter]relation of disciplines and professions that are often involved when a child is victimized.
Whether you know nothing about victims’  rights or working with child-victims or you have experience in these areas, this training will provide you with information that can assist you in becoming a more effective advocate for child-victims.
Standard - $175
Non-Profit, Government, or Academic - $125
(Enhanced NAVRA Members** will receive a $50 discount)
Law Students – Free (limited spaces available)
(Lunch on your own)
Visit for registration information and to learn about other NCVLI/NAVRA trainings.


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