Check this page to receive up-to-date information about upcoming Office of the Attorney General conferences and training!

If you have questions about conferences or training, please call (512) 475-4600 or email the conference unit at [email protected].

2023 Government Law and Liability Conference

Tuesday, November 7 - Wednesday, November 8, 2023
Texas State Capitol Auditorium

The Office of the Attorney General’s Administrative Law Division is hosting a two-day conference designed specifically for government lawyers, general counsels, executive directors, commissioners, and board members of state agencies. A panel of government lawyers, including members of executive administration of the OAG, will offer various perspectives on the most challenging legal issues facing state agencies today. This conference will provide training on legal issues involving state government, including litigation risks and topics of particular interest to state officials.

Registration is now open.

2023 Open Government Conference

Tuesday, November 28 – Wednesday, November 29, 2023
Austin, TX

The Office of the Attorney General’s Open Records Division is hosting a two-day conference. This event is designed for the public, government employees and public officials, representatives of the media, and companies doing business with Texas government. The conference addresses the needs and concerns of all governmental bodies regarding Open Government and related legislation.

Registration is now closed.

2023 Tools for Solving Cold Cases Conference

Tuesday, December 5 – Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Horseshoe Bay Resort

The Office of the Attorney General’s Criminal Investigations Division is hosting a two-day conference to educate investigators, prosecutors, crime scene specialists and crime lab personnel on new trends in forensic science and genealogy, cold case investigation work.

Registration is now open.

Crime Victim Services Training is currently not available at this time.

Crime Victims' Compensation Training and Advanced Track Training is currently not available at this time.

For more information regarding Crime Victim Services training please contact Gloria Clark at (512) 936-1258 or Doris Contreras at (512) 936-1232.  You can also send your training inquiry/request to [email protected]

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

For a list of NCMEC - Child Welfare training and conferences, please visit

Request a Speaker or Training

Do you need a speaker for your organization?

The Attorney General’s office may be able to provide a speaker or training presentation for your organization, event, or conference on topics such as:

  • Human Trafficking
  • Consumer Scams and Frauds
  • Identity Theft
  • Crime Victims’ programs
  • Cyber Safety and Cyberbullying
  • The Public Information and Open Meetings Acts
  • Child Support
  • Other topics as related to our agency’s divisions

To find a speaker or inquire about training, please complete the online speak request form.

If you have other questions regarding outreach services, please email [email protected].

Speaker/trainer availability will vary depending on location, staff schedules and expense involved.