Credit in MCLE States

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All D.C. Bar CLE courses satisfy MCLE credits in every state that has minimum continuing legal education requirements. The process for obtaining credits varies by state. You may contact the CLE Office at 202-626-3488 for further information about course accreditation.

The D.C. Bar is an accredited or approved sponsor in the following states:

Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

All courses qualify for New York credit.  A separate chart for New York credits is available.

The D.C. Bar applies for credit for individual courses in other states, including Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, and Wyoming.

Courses satisfy requirements in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, and New Hampshire, but attorneys must apply individually for credit and, if the state requires it, submit accreditation fees directly to the state.  CLE will provide any requested supporting documentation required for these submissions.

Instructions for Submission of MCLE Forms will be relayed during the live course.

Credit hours for courses are listed after the time of the course. These hours are calculated on a 60–minute hour. Breaks already have been deducted in all credit calculations. However, some states round down to the nearest half–hour.

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