Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits
Attending substantive committee sessions of the SLC Annual Meeting may qualify for Continuing Legal Education credits in your state. Substantive committee sessions that may qualify for CLE credits are denoted in your Annual Meeting program with a superscript CLE following the title of the session. The total number of CLE hours available varies by state according to accreditation rules and the number of qualified sessions you choose to attend.
To potentially qualify for CLE credit, you must:
- Attend substantive policy sessions and sign both the CLE sign-in sheet and the committee session attendance sheet;
- Complete the bottom section of a Uniform Certificate of Attendance form and deposit it into the CLE forms lockbox located at registration
- Complete and submit this online form; and
- Provide payment for all fees associated with applying for CLE in your state (applies only to selected states and non-governmental attendees).
The status of CLE credits for substantive policy sessions is: