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Texas Attorneys FAQ

1. What are the General Requirements of the MCLE program? Every active member of the Texas (TX) State Bar must complete a minimum of 15 hours of accredited continuing legal education (CLE) during each MCLE compliance year. Of the minimum 15 hours, at least 10 of the hours must be earned in the form of formal courses or seminars. Five of the…

New York Attorneys FAQ

1. How and when do I report compliance with my CLE requirement? An attorney registration form will be mailed to you. You must file your attorney registration form and complete your CLE requirement within 30 days after your birthday on alternate years. If you were admitted before January 1, 1982 or in an even-numbered year (e.g., 1998), then you will register in…

California Attorneys FAQ

1. Who keeps track of your compliance information? The MCLE Compliance Department of the California State Bar does not keep track of the education an attorney has completed: Attorneys are responsible for keeping certificates of attendance and a record of self-study activities. These records should be used to tally hours. Certificates of attendance list the overall amount of credit available for an…

New Jersey Imposes Mandatory CLE

After two years of fact-finding and deliberation, New Jersey’s Supreme Court announced Thursday that it will require mandatory continuing legal education for all plenary-licensed attorneys, starting next year. Under the plan, attorneys licensed to practice in New Jersey will have to take 24 hours of continuing legal education every two years. This includes judges, law school professors and limited license in-house counsel.…

Specialty Credits

If you need specialty credits, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. We have the legal ethics, substance abuse or elimination of bias credits that you may need, whether you practice in California, New York, Texas or Florida, or one of the other many states Attorney Credits offers continuing legal education (CLE). With our video Law, Ethics & Technology series, I explore…

Welcome to our Blog

As Director of Legal Education with Attorney Credits I would like to thank you for visiting our newly established blog. We are very excited about the possibilities involved with delivering continuing legal education online, and we are committed to being on the cutting edge to make your experience as convenient as possible. If you are already an Attorney Credits customer I would…