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Each jurisdiction has its own rules and regulations indicating what qualifies for CLE or CDP credit. Certain programs, subjects, and formats receive credit in some jurisdictions, not in others. There also may be specific rules regarding who may earn credit or the maximum number of credit hours that may be earned with specific formats. Please choose your jurisdiction above to view rules and regulations specific to your CLE or CPD.
Live Webinar CLE/CPD
Live CLE & CPD programs are delivered via online webinars every week. CLE Companion delivers many webinars and teleconferences and each is eligible for credit. View a specific course description page for information indicating what jurisdiction and credit type each program is eligible for.
Recorded CLE/CPD programs provided on-demand as streaming audio or video presentations. Online courses require an active Internet connection to access. Please note CLE Companion offers audio and video products for completing your CLE.
50/60 Minute Credit Hour
MCLE jurisdictions determine CLE/CPD credit hours by dividing the running time of instructional programs by either 60 or 50 minutes. For example, a 90-minute program may earn 1.5 hours of CLE credit in a state that bases its credit on a 60-minute credit hour, and 1.8 hours in a jurisdiction that bases its credit on a 50-minute credit hour. Some jurisdictions round down credit to the nearest 1/2 or 1/4 hour.
The following jurisdictions have a 60-minute credit hour:
AK, AL, AZ, AR, CA, CT, DE, GA, GU, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KY, LA, ME, MN, MP, MS, MT, NE, NH, NV, NC, ND, NM, OH, OR, PA, PR, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, VI, VT, WA, WY, Alberta, BC, NB, NS, Ontario, and Quebec.
The following jurisdictions have a 50-minute credit hour:
CO, FL, KS, MO, NJ, NY, OK, RI, WV, and WI.
How to complete CLE/ CPD credits on CLE Companion:
Attorneys complete CLE or CPD credits and fulfill their requirements online by accessing CLE and CPD classes in multiple ways:
Complete CLE credits with a State CLE online bundle:
We call this option “CLE compliance bundles”. The bundle is set up with the correct number of courses and credit types for your state. Just take all the courses and fulfill your CLE online. View online CLE packages relevant to your license jurisdiction.
Complete CLE credits with access to all CLE courses for a full year:
We call this option “Unlimited CLE”, attorneys are given access to our full CLE catalog covering various practice areas and interests. This allows attorneys to complete their CLE requirements by choosing CLE courses that are relevant to them. View Unlimited CLE online.
Complete CLE credits with our CLE Companion Pro Membership:
The Pro Membership includes all CLE’s in our On Demand library, access to all Live Stream CLE Courses, Topic Bundles, Virtual Conferences, and more. View Pro Membership details.
Complete CLE Credits by taking Individual CLE Courses:
Do you need to supplement the CLE credits you have or learn about a specific subject area? We have ALL areas of specialization included in our course library. View our On-Demand Course Library.
Get CLE Credits by Presenting a CLE Course:
This is a great way to create interest in your practice, position yourself as an expert in your practice area, and get your CLE credits for Free. Each jurisdiction varies with regard to how many hours you can take for teaching credit. We have jurisdiction-specific regulations here. If you are interested in presenting, please contact us and we will be in touch!
Frequently Asked Questions
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A: You may either select your state on the top filter bar or click on the drop-down on any course for that course’s credit states.
The process to complete courses from any mobile device is simple.
o to your email inbox and open the course confirmation email that includes the link to
the webinar. Scroll down to the blue button that says “Join Webinar”.Then, the webinar will automatically open in your browser and you can watch it there.
To download the slides for the course, click on the document icon on the right of the navigation bar and then click on the linked PowerPoint document.
A: The course poll codes can be found in the downloadable PowerPoint handout. You can find this document on the main webinar screen by clicking on the “Handout with Poll Codes” link right below the video. Clicking on the link will redirect you to the file, which you can view or download.
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