Executive Director, National Crime Victim Law Institute, Portland, OR
Meg Garvin is a recognized expert, presenting regularly on victims’ rights and services at conferences across the country and around the globe, publishing on the topic of survivor agency and autonomy, and testifying before the U.S. Congress and state legislatures. Professor Garvin is a co-author on a law school case book – Victims in Criminal Procedure. In addition, Professor Garvin is recognized as an expert in instructional design, having developed and deployed numerous train-the-trainers as well as developing law school and undergraduate course curricula. Professor Garvin joined the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) in 2003 and began directing the Crime Victim Litigation Clinic at Lewis & Clark Law School as a Clinical Professor in 2005. She is a member of the Oregon Attorney General’s Task Force on Victims’ Rights.