While our mission is to provide great legal programming beyond CLE mandates, we understand you still have CLE requirements to fulfill. Rest assured, we’ve got you covered.
States Where We Apply
Generally, all our programs are available for credit in the states below. Be sure to review the specific accreditation information for each program in our program catalog. Upon completion of any programs, you will be able to download the relevant CLE certificates directly from our platform, where they will be maintained in your Account for easy reference.
*In Hawaii and New Jersey, we rely on their reciprocity policies pursuant to which our programs are deemed accredited once they are approved in the various reciprocity states where we apply such as California, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas.
States Where We Don’t Apply
We do not seek direct accreditation in the states below, however, attorneys are able to self-apply for credit in all of these states except for Kansas, Louisiana and Virginia.
Some states allow the CLE provider to report program attendance directly to the relevant CLE authority, while others require the attorneys to self-report their attendance. We report program attendance in all states that allow the provider to do so, including:
The states below do not allow CLE providers to report attendance directly to the CLE authority, and instead require attorneys to self-report their attendance:
West Virginia Wisconsin
Ethics and Specialty Credits
We maintain a growing collection of programs that satisfy specialty credits in certain states, such as Ethics, Diversity & Inclusion, Elimination of Bias, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, etc. You can search for these courses in our program catalog using the “Categories” filter tool.
For a complete list of MCLE Regulatory Agencies and their websites and contact information, please go to: https://www.clereg.org/directory.