Continuing Legal Education Accreditation

Stay ahead of your CLE requirements. Listed below are the credit hours you can earn according to the jurisdiction you are licensed. 

STATE 2019 ACCREDITED HOURS
Total (Ethics)
2020 ACCREDITED HOURS
(Canceled due to COVID-19)
Alabama 8.4 (1.0)
Alaska Accreditation not required
Arkansas 6.5 (1.0)
Arizona Accreditation not required
California Reciprocal Jurisdiction
Colorado 9.0 (1.2)
Connecticut Reciprocal Jurisdiction
Delaware 7.5 (1.0)
Florida 10.0 (1.0)
Georgia 8.4 (1.0)
Idaho
Illinois 8.0 (1.0)
Indiana 8.4 (1.0)
Iowa 7.25 (1.0)
Kansas 8.0 (1.0)
Kentucky 8.0 (1.0)
Louisiana 7.41 (1.0)
Maine 8.41 (1.0)
Minnesota 7.25 (1.0)
Mississippi 8.4 (1.0)
Missouri 8.9 (1.2)
Montana
Nebraska 8.42 (1.0)
Nevada 7.5 (1.0)
New Hampshire Accreditation not needed
New Jersey Reciprocal Jurisdiction
New Mexico 7.7 (1.0)
New York Reciprocal Jurisdiction
North Carolina 8.25 (1.0)
North Dakota 8.5 (1.0)
Ohio 8.5 (1.0)
Oklahoma 9.5 (1.0)
Oregon 7.5 (1.0)
Pennsylvania 7.5 (1.0)
Rhode Island 10.0 (1.0)
South Carolina 7.41 (1.0)
South Dakota No MCLE requirement
Tennessee 8.42 (1.0)
Texas 8.75 (1.0)
Utah 8.0 (1.0)
Vermont 7.42 (1.0)
Virginia 6.5 (1.0)
Washington 8.0 (1.0)
West Virginia 10.10 (1.2)
Wisconsin 10.0 (1.0)

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