2022 ABA/NLADA Equal Justice Conference (Minneapolis)

  • Other
  • Pro Bono


The 2022 ABA/NLADA Equal Justice Conference will be held on May 11-14, 2022 at the Hilton Minneapolis, 1001 Marquette Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55403. 

The Equal Justice Conference brings together all components of the legal community to discuss equal justice issues as they relate to the delivery of legal services to the poor and low-income individuals in need of legal assistance.

The emphasis of this conference is on strengthening partnerships among the key players in the civil justice system. Through plenary sessions, workshops, networking opportunities and special programming, the conference provides a wide range of learning and sharing experiences for all attendees.


Preconference sessions are offered on Tuesday, May 10 and Wednesday, May 11 and are available to full conference registrants only. Fees for preconference sessions are in addition to the basic conference registration. Preconference sessions include:

May 10

  • Thriving as A New Legal Aid Executive Director In Challenging Times (Management Information Exchange)

May 11

  • Law School ProBono Advisors Program
  • New Pro Bono Managers: Nuts and Bolts
  • Thriving as A New Legal Aid Executive Director In Challenging Times (Management Information Exchange)
  • Creating Opportunity Through Criminal Record-Clearing
  • Pro Bono State Support and Access to Justice Coordinators Meeting (Closed Meeting)
  • Beyond the Basics: Experienced Pro Bono Program Managers
  • Impact Pro Bono: Utilizing Litigation, Transactional Assistance and Public Policy

Concurrent Workshops will be held on May 12-14, 2022. A full listing of the workshops can be viewed at:


There is a menu of Registration fees on the Conference website. 

Conference Website
Conference Workshops
Conference Brochure


  • CLE Credit Comments:

    The ABA will seek 14 hours of CLE credit in 60-minute states, and 14 hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states* including 2.5 hours of CLE specialty credit in 60-minute states and 2.5 hours of CLE specialty credit in 50-minute states as needed; professionalism and elimination of bias. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

    *Florida Bar regulators have stated that attorneys will not receive Florida credit for any ABA program, even if they self-apply.

  • Contact:
    American Bar Association
    (800) 285-2221