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What happens if I am deemed ineligible to practice in New Jersey due to failure to comply with the CLE requirements?

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What happens if I am deemed ineligible to practice in New Jersey due to failure to comply with the CLE requirements?

You will be placed on the CLE ineligible list and as such are no longer authorized to practice New Jersey law until you comply with the CLE requirement.

Attorneys needing to be reinstated to practice will find a Reinstatement Reporting form on the Board’s website. The certificates of attendance proving compliance must be submitted with the reinstatement reporting form along with a $100 reinstatement fee and payment of any other non-compliance fees.

Finally, the required credits stack. An attorney that is non-compliant for more than one compliance period must earn all credits required for each compliance period the attorney is non-compliant.