California attorneys must complete 25 hours, including 4 legal ethics, 1 competence issues and 1 elimination of bias every 3 years. Attorneys A-G must complete and report the California MCLE requirement by February 1, 2019.
California attorneys must complete 25 hours every 3 years.
California attorneys may no longer submit a paper compliance card, attorneys must now report their compliance online through My State Bar Profile.
Yes, the California MCLE deadline is right around the corner. And yes, there are certain questions that almost every California attorney asks. And YES, you can take online CLE courses for participatory credit in California. Can I take online MCLE courses for Participatory credit? Yes, our online MCLE courses are can be taken for Participatory credit because we monitor your participation and…
Completing your 25 hours of California MCLE… don’t forget to complete at least 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 1 hour of Competence Issues and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias.
California attorneys with last names A-G must complete and report 25 CA MCLE hours by February 1, 2019.
North Carolina attorneys are required to complete 12 hours of approved NC CLE by December 31. Of the 12 required hours, at least 2 hours must be accredited for legal ethics.
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