Animal Law Conference - Law School - Lewis & Clark
18th Annual Conference at L&C
Animals in Crisis: Using The Laws We Have, Getting The Laws We Need
The conference has been approved for 10.5 Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits by the Oregon State Bar (OSB). This includes 9 general credit hours and 1.5 ethics credits.
The Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark is generally a good source of Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits for lawyers. The amount varies from year to year depending on the schedule and the panels. To provide a general idea, in 2008 OSB approved the conference for 14.25 general credit hours, and in 2009, OSB approved the conference for 11.5 general credit hours (including 1 hour of personal management assistance credit).
Lawyers, to register for MCLE credits, please choose the “MCLE Credits” option during the online registration process. Please be sure to sign the MCLE attendance sheet, which will be located at the registration table. Signing the attendance sheet is especially important for lawyers seeking credit in Oregon. A certificate of attendance will also be provided at the conference. Many states rely on lawyers to self-report their MCLE credits. The certificate of attendance will aid these lawyers in maintaining documentation of their MCLE credits.
Please direct any questions relating to MCLE credits to Liberty Mulkani at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information via the American Bar Association (ABA) regarding MCLEs.
ABA summary of MCLE requirements by state.