The conference has been approved for 9.75 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) general credits and 1.0 ethics credits by the Oregon State Bar for attorneys attending the conference in-person. Those registered to live stream the conference will be eligible for 9.25 general credits and 1.0 ethics credits (the Friday evening keynote presentation will not be available via the live stream).

The conference has also been approved for 9.5 CLE credits in Washington State for both attorneys attending in-person as well as those watching via live stream, including: 1 hour of ethics credit (for the following session: Do-Goodery Animal Lawyering), 2.75 hours of Law and Legal Procedure credits (for the following sessions: Can Animals Be Victims of Crime?, Don’t Get Mad–Sue!!, Challenges and Opportunities for Animals under the New Administration and Current Congress) and 5.75 hours of Other credits (for the following sessions: Not Your Average Factory Farmed Animal Panel, Gender and Race Redux, Animal Sanctuaries, Animal Law Meets World and Swimming Upstream). The keynote presentations were not approved for CLEs by the Washington State Bar Association.

Anyone seeking credit in other states should submit approval paperwork to their local bar association CLE boards or retain the certificate of attendance which we will be providing to attorneys who register for the conference, if their state has a reciprocal agreement with either of these states.

Please direct any questions relating to CLE credits to Liberty Mulkani.

Information via the American Bar Association (ABA) regarding CLEs.