20th Annual Conference
Frequently Asked Questions
What does conference registration include?
Registration includes a registration packet (nametag, pen, notepad and conference agenda), admission to the Friday evening Welcome Reception & Keynote Address and admission to the Saturday Banquet Dinner.
Registration also includes continental breakfasts and lunches on Saturday and Sunday, hors d’oeuvres and drinks at the Friday Welcome Reception, dinner and drinks at the Saturday Banquet, and coffee and snacks throughout the conference. Conference attendees will also have access to panel sessions as well as podcasts of most of the sessions post-conference. Oregon Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits are also usually available to attorneys who register for this option (we have applied for MCLE credits through the Oregon State Bar Association).
Do you accept volunteers?
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for The Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark Law School. We may be looking for volunteers at a later date still to be determined.
What is the dress code for the conference?
Although there is no set dress code for the conference, most conference attendees dress casual to business casual for the duration of the conference.
Are there inexpensive lodging options for conference attendees?
Please visit our “Venue & Lodging” page for more information as it becomes available. On this page, you will also find information about other inexpensive hotel and hostel options as well as information about transportation to the law school.
Is all the food at the conference vegetarian/vegan?
Yes, all the food and drinks at the conference are vegan.
How can I get to Lewis & Clark Law School by public transit?
Please visit our “Venue & Lodging” page for information about transportation to Lewis & Clark Law School.
If I plan to drive to the conference where can I park and do I need a parking pass?
There will be limited parking available on the law school campus with additional parking in the Griswold parking lot on the undergraduate campus (5-10 minute walk from the law school). As you approach the law school, please follow the signs directing you to the parking area. Parking is free for conference attendees, but there are a limited number of parking spaces so please arrive early to ensure a spot.
What is a podcast? Do I need an iPod to hear one?
A podcast is a series of computer files, usually either digital audio or video, that are released periodically and made available for download by means of web syndication.
Lewis & Clark Law School videotapes our conference panel sessions and posts them on the Lewis & Clark website a few weeks after the conference concludes. You do not need an iPod to watch or hear the podcasts. Please be advised, however, that not all panel sessions are podcast as some contain sensitive information that the presenters do not wish to make available on the Internet.
For any other questions about the conference, please contact:
Liberty Mulkani,Conference Coordinator
email@example.com or (503) 768-6848