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How do providers seek approved service provider status?

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How do providers seek approved service provider status?

Through the provider management screen on the portal, enter the details of 5 courses presented by your agency in the 24 months preceding your application. The courses must have been accredited for continuing legal education in New Jersey or another mandatory CLE jurisdiction. Upload the timed agenda and brochure for each course.

Submit hard copies of the following:

  1. Speaker biographies for all 5 courses,
  2. A complete set of materials for any 2 of the 5 courses,
  3. A sample attendance verification for each of the formats you seek to use,
  4. If payment was not made online via credit card, include a check or money order payable to “Treasurer, State of New Jersey.” Refer to the Fee Schedule.
  5. If seeking service provider status relying on CLE approval from another mandatory CLE jurisdiction, include proof of accreditation if any of the 5 courses were not previously accredited in New Jersey.

Finally, if your agency charges a registration fee for any course, upload a copy of your Financial Hardship Policy. Providers will be notified in writing by the Board of its decision regarding their application. They may also check their status on-line at the Board’s website. If an application for approved service provider is denied, the provider can seek reconsideration from the Board. They can then file with the Board a Notice of Petition for Review before the Supreme Court (BCLE Reg. 501:1).