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Can attorneys get credit for a course when the provider did not apply for accreditation or if the course was not approved in another mandatory CLE jurisdiction?

Question and Answer

Can attorneys get credit for a course when the provider did not apply for accreditation or if the course was not approved in another mandatory CLE jurisdiction?

An attorney can submit an Individual Attorney Application for CLE Credit no later than 30 days after the completion of the course. Applications will be reviewed by the Board and decided on a case-by-case basis. Regardless, the presumption is for the provider to apply for CLE credit, not the attendee, especially if the course is primarily given to attorneys or is given in-house by law firms or corporations.