How to interpret the CLE note in each session’s description on the program schedule (link coming early spring 2024):
Please check back in summer 2024 to see any updates to the CLE note for your sessions of interest.
This session is likely eligible for CLE/CPD credit.
Based on title, description, and anticipated substance of the session, it will likely qualify for CLE/CPD credit in most jurisdictions.
To help you as you select sessions, the below types of programs are likely to qualify for credit in most jurisdictions:
- Skills: “How to … as a lawyer”;
- Substantive discussion of law;
- Specialty credits: Ethics, Elimination of Bias (EOB), Substance Use Disorders, Mental Health Issues, Diversity
- Many jurisdictions have special requirements, but we are seeing more approvals of EOB, Diversity, and Wellness credits.
This session may be eligible for CLE/CPD credit.
The session’s description is still forthcoming or may still be edited to encompass additional aspects that would make it more likely to be eligible for credit.
As you select your sessions, please note that the below types of programs may qualify for credit (not guaranteed), since they have caveats:
- Law Practice Management: Legal Technology, Project Management, Office Systems, Billing
- Must focus on specific skills lawyers need and the effect that the skills may have on the practice of law
- Soft Skills: Communication, Leadership, Time Management, Speaking Skills
- Must be created specifically for and focused on application to a lawyer audience
This session is likely ineligible for CLE/CPD credit.
Based on the session’s current title, description, and anticipated substance, it is unlikely to qualify for CLE/CPD credit.
As you select your sessions, please note that the below types of programs are unlikely to qualify for credit:
- Marketing, Client Development, Career Development, Vendor Demos