Registration for the 30th annual Animal Law Conference opened on June 13th and closed for in-person tickets on November 1st. Virtual tickets are still available via the “Register Now” link below. You may contact with any questions.

Ticket Prices

Last day to register for in-person tickets is November, 1.
Attend the Animal Law Conference in-person at the Hilton Portland Downtown in Portland, Oregon. Includes access to the Welcome Reception on Friday and meals on Saturday & Sunday, except for the Banquet Dinner and Keynote Presentation (additional ticket purchase required). You’ll also receive access to watch all sessions live and on-demand, including the Keynote Presentation, via our virtual event platform. Early-bird pricing is available thru September 9, 2022.

Early-bird Attorney or General Admission – $325
Early-bird Nonprofit or Public Interest Employee – $255
Early-bird New Attorney or Paralegal – $255*
Early-bird Student – $125

Attorney or General Admission – $349
Nonprofit or Public Interest Employee – $279
New Attorney or Paralegal – $279*
Student – $149

Banquet Tickets:
Attend the Banquet Dinner & Keynote Presentation in-person with Miyoko Schinner, Founder and CEO of Miyoko’s Creamery, at the Hilton Portland Downtown on Saturday, November 5th. Drinks and a delicious plant-based meal are included with purchase of a banquet ticket. Early-bird pricing is available through September 9, 2022.

Early-bird Banquet Ticket – $50
Banquet Ticket – $60

Watch all sessions live and on-demand, including the Keynote Presentation, via our virtual event platform.


Attorney or General Admission – $175
Nonprofit or Public Interest Employee – $140
New Attorney or Paralegal – $140*
Student – $75

*Available to paralegals and attorneys who passed the Bar Exam or graduated in 2021 or 2022.

Health & Safety: In an effort to keep attendees, speakers, and event staff as safe as possible, all in-person participants of the Animal Law Conference will be required to comply with the following protocols. All participants must be fully vaccinated, including booster(s), and provide proof of vaccination during check-in at the event. All participants must also wear a face mask over their mouth and nose at all indoor conference gathering spaces and events, except when presenting, eating, or drinking. We recommend that all participants complete an antigen test prior to attending the conference and not attend in-person if they test positive or exhibit any cold, flu, or COVID symptoms. In addition, participants who test positive for COVID may not attend in-person. If you are experiencing symptoms, test positive before the conference, or require a medical exemption please contact The Animal Law Conference staff will continue to monitor and comply with all applicable laws and guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, OSHA, and local health authorities and reserve the right to amend our safety protocols accordingly, and participants agree to comply with any such changes.

Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your registration or change your ticket type, please contact Please note: service fees cannot be refunded. We regret that no refunds are available after October 27, 2022.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits: The conference has been approved for 13 CLE credits, including 1 ethics credit, by the Oregon State Bar Association. Most states accept credits from other mandatory CLE states such as Oregon, but please check with your local bar association to confirm. Anyone seeking credit in other states should submit approval paperwork to their local bar association CLE boards or retain the certificate of attendance which will be provided to attorneys who register for the conference, if their state has a reciprocal agreement with Oregon.

Law Student Travel Grants: The Animal Legal Defense Fund is offering a limited number of travel grants for members of Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Chapters. To submit a travel grant application, click here.

Content Warning: Conference presenters are asked to include an audience warning before showing graphic content in their presentations. Given the nature of the subject matter, however, it’s reasonable to assume that some presentations will contain content which may be upsetting, e.g. photo or video evidence that depicts animal cruelty. Viewers may choose to look away if they would prefer not to see this type of content. Younger attendees may register at the discretion of their parent or guardian.

Terms and Conditions: When a ticket to the Animal Law Conference (“Conference”) is purchased, the purchaser acknowledges that the ticket is exclusive to the registered ticket holder (“Registrant”) and cannot be sold or transferred without permission from the Conference. The ticket provides the Registrant with a revocable license that may be refused or revoked for any reason. The Conference further reserves the right to refuse admission to, or eject, any person whose conduct management deems disorderly or who fails to comply with Conference terms and conditions. Breach of Conference terms and conditions, including disorderly conduct, will terminate your license to attend the event without refund. By purchasing a ticket to the conference, the Registrant agrees to the Conference’s Anti-Harassment Policy and Health & Safety Policy.