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CLE Information

Alt Legal Community Events

We are happy to be able to provide CLE credit in dozens of states for select Alt Legal Community webinars and events. As of February of 2024, The American Bar Association (ABA) manages all CLE applications, attendance submission, and Certificates of Attendance. If you have questions about the Certificate you received (or didn’t receive) in February of 2024 or later, please contact the ABA at If you have a question about a previous event or need to speak with us, please send us an email at or call us at (646) 665-7975.

  • To qualify for CLE credit, you need to actively watch the entire webinar or session. For webinars, a pop-up window will appear at several random times. Simply click on the window to verify your attendance. There may be as many as 10 pop-ups during the course of the webinar, so make sure to have the webinar in the top window of your browser for the entire presentation, and be on the lookout for the popup. If you miss one or two pop-ups, you are still able to get credit, but stay alert and avoid multitasking to ensure you qualify. As long as you’re in the room for the entire webinar and click all (or almost all) the pop-up windows, the ABA will send you an email with instructions for receiving your Certificate of Attendance.

    For in-person events, you will need to sign in and out of each session and be in the room and active for the entire session. We will submit sign-in sheets to the ABA within a few days of the end of the event, and they will send your Certificate of Attendance.

  • We are unable to provide you with a certificate of attendance unless you attend the webinar or session live. However, check with your state’s Bar to see if you can still receive self-study credit.

  • Materials will be distributed in the chat during each webinar. In addition, you can find the materials for soon upcoming and past webinars in the On-Demand section of our website. For in-person events, we will send out a link to the materials and provide you with access to them during the event as well.

  • We have worked hard to try to ensure that everyone in the US can get CLE credit for our webinars and events. Some states we apply to directly, some we apply to only if they’re requested, and some will require you to self-apply (and perhaps pay a small fee). See our State-by-State CLE breakdown at the end of this page for more detailed information about your state.

  • Within a few days of the webinar, you will receive an email from with instructions for requesting CLE in your state, and they will send you your Certificates of Attendance as quickly as they can get everything processed.

  • If you submitted your information to the ABA more than a week ago and have not heard back from them, please email them at Alt Legal no longer issues Certificates of Attendance. If we can help with anything, though, please email us at

State-by-State CLE

State Coverage Explanation and self-application criteria
Alabama Self-Application Required An attending attorney may submit the program for accreditation. However, no course submitted more than 60 days after the close of the program year (December 31) will be considered for accreditation. In order to have a course reviewed for accreditation, an attorney must submit a completed Application for MCLE Course Accreditation, a detailed timed agenda of the program (including breaks and meals), speaker biographies and a $25 processing fee. Attorneys should submit this form.
Alaska CLE Provided
Arizona CLE Provided
Arkansas Self-Application Required Upon receipt of a completed certificate of attendance form confirming attendance at an out-of-state continuing legal education program approved by the situs state, the attorney shall be entitled to CLE credits in Arkansas.
California CLE Provided
Colorado CLE Provided
Connecticut CLE Provided
Delaware Self-Application Required When the provider does not apply for accreditation in Delaware, attorneys may apply for accreditation of an individual course pursuant to Rule 8(B). Attorneys should submit this form.
District of Columbia No mandatory CLE requirement
Florida Self-Application Required Courses approved by other state bars are generally acceptable for use toward satisfying CLE requirement, but attorneys must first submit this form. along with the course outline / written materials.
Georgia CLE Provided
Hawaii Self-Application Required Active Hawaii Bar members may claim CLE credit for Continuing Legal Education courses or activities attended outside Hawaii provided that: (1) The course or activity is the type of course or activity that could be approved for CLE credit by the Hawaii State Board of Continuing Legal Education; and (2) The course or activity is approved by an approved jurisdiction. The jurisdiction that approves the course or activity may be different from the jurisdiction where the course or activity is held. Attorneys should follow the directions listed here.
Idaho Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Illinois CLE Provided
Indiana Self-Application Required If the course you attended or wish to attend is not already approved, you may apply for accreditation and report attendance using the Indiana Courts Portal.
Iowa CLE Provided
Kansas CLE Provided
Kentucky Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Louisiana Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Maine Self-Application Required If the course sponsor has not applied for accreditation in Maine, you may self-apply for accreditation using this application form. Courses or activities approved by another mandatory continuing legal education state and certified by that state’s CLE regulatory authority are presumptively approved for an equal amount of credit in Maine.
Maryland No mandatory CLE requirement
Massachusetts No mandatory CLE requirement
Michigan No mandatory CLE requirement
Minnesota Upon Request
Mississippi Self-Application Required Attorneys are allowed to earn up to 6 credit hours per year in distance education and should submit this form.
Missouri CLE Provided
Montana Self-Application Required If a sponsor fails to seek accreditation, an attorney may seek individual accreditation by submitting the Uniform Application for Approval of Continuing Legal Education for approval, together with a timed agenda, a detailed summary for each topic/session, and the filing fee. Submit materials on the Member Dashboard.
Nebraska Self-Application Required Attorneys should request credit via the ASD page.
Nevada Self-Application Required Attorneys should log in to their NVBar accounts and follow the instructions here.
New Hampshire CLE Provided
New Jersey CLE Provided
New Mexico CLE Provided
New York CLE Provided
North Carolina CLE Provided
North Dakota Self-Application Required Courses sponsored by state bar associations are presumptively approved, as are courses approved by a CLE body of a state with mandatory CLE. Attorneys should submit this form.
Ohio Upon Request
Oklahoma Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Oregon Upon Request
Pennsylvania CLE Provided
Rhode Island Self-Application Required On the MCLE portal, attorneys may complete Appendix D to obtain CLE credit.
South Carolina Self-Application Required An attorney can apply for course credit independently of a sponsor by completing and submitting this application form, along with a $25 per course application fee.
South Dakota No mandatory CLE requirement
Tennessee CLE Provided
Texas CLE Provided
Utah Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Vermont Self-Application Required Attorneys should apply for accreditation of a course through the Attorney Portal.
Virginia Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Washington Self-Application Required Login to your MCLE Account to apply for credits.
West Virginia Self-Application Required Go to your Mywvbar account to apply for credit. You will need to attach (1) a detailed, timed agenda; (2) speaker bios; and (3) written course materials for a course.
Wisconsin Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.
Wyoming Self-Application Required Attorneys should submit this form.

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