Florida CLER

Get Your CLE Done: Keep Your Law License!

When we first started Attorney Credits, our idea was to bring you quality CLE at a great price, in a convenient online format.  We know that attorneys are busy professionals – you don’t need to waste your time and  money completing CLE courses. Falsely Certifying CLE Compliance  Countless attorneys have been fined and or suspended for failing to complete their MCLE requirement.…

FL CLE: 30 CLE Hours or 33 CLE Hours??

The Florida Supreme Court approved a new rule on 1/1/2017 requiring Florida attorneys to complete technology-related CLE courses. If your Florida CLE compliance is due in the next couple years you don’t have to worry about it. FL CLER – Technology Requirement The first Florida attorneys that need to complete 33 hours – including 3 hours of technology – have compliance dates…

FL CLE: All 30 Hours (33 in some cases) May be Completed by Online Florida CLE Courses

Florida attorneys must complete at least 30 total Florida CLE credit hours every 3 years, including 5 credit hours of legal ethics.  For future CLER compliance, Florida attorneys will need to complete 33 hours every 3 years.[1]  However, this new 33 hour requirement (and technology requirement) does not a apply for another few more years.[2] Florida CLE Requirement  Florida attorneys are allowed…

FL CLE – 3 Hour Technology Requirement

The Florida Supreme Court recently approved a new rule requiring Florida lawyers to take technology-related CLE courses. If your Florida CLE compliance is due in the next couple years you don’t have to worry about it. FL CLER – Technology Requirement For example, if your last reporting cycle ended on 12/31/2016, then you would not be required to complete the technology requirement…

FL CLE: Will I Get Notice About My Reporting Deadline

Florida attorneys must complete at least 30 total Florida CLE credit hours every 3 years, including 5 credit hours of legal ethics. Florida Bar members are also required to report compliance with the FL CLER (continuing legal education requirement) every three years.[1] If you fail to complete and report the required FL CLE hours you can be fined and suspended from the…

New CLE: Estate Planning 101

Estate planning is a process – accepting one’s mortality, active listening and focusing on the needs of the trustor first are just a few of the most basic issues to consider. For effective estate planning, the lawyer serves by guiding the client to contemplate life’s challenges and then formulates decisions about serious topics like long term illness, conflicts of interest, wealth preservation…