2021 Attorney General’s Public Law Conference
We are excited to announce the 2021 Attorney General’s Public Law Conference will be held in October. The conference provides two days of intensive training on the public laws state employees work with most. Due to COVID-19 precautions, this year’s conference will be held virtually. A virtual platform will allow us the opportunity to offer the conference, which is always sold out, to more state employees, offer more novice and advanced courses, and the ability to add courses based on your requests. We look forward to seeing you in October!
Remote Training Opportunities:
Labor and Employment Topics – Beyond the Basics
The audience is generally Human Resources employees or managers. Subjects are taught by Labor and Employment section AAGs. The content can be tailored to agency policies and specific agency needs. The length and format can be adjusted to meet agency preference (e.g. Teams, Zoom, WebEx, or other). Please contact Stacie Dodson at Stacie.email@example.com for a list of employment training subjects.
Interested in Learning More?
In addition to the workshops listed above, the Oregon DOJ provides training on a variety of topics in response to client agency requests. If your agency is interested in receiving legal training, please contact Stacie.firstname.lastname@example.org