MCLE CREDITSIAHA is an Accredited MCLE Provider, which means that all of its educational programs earn attendees MCLE credits.
For subsequent two-year reporting periods and for other than newly-admitted attorneys, the required MCLE credit hours increase to 30 credit hours beginning with the reporting period ending on June 30 of either 2012 or 2013, for last names beginning A through M and N through Z, respectively. At least six of those credit hours must be in the area of professionalism, diversity issues, mental illness and addiction issues, civility, or legal ethics.
Attorneys must maintain their own certificates of attendance and other proof
of MCLE compliance. At the end of each reporting period, attorneys must
report to the MCLE Board whether they have complied with the MCLE Rules, have
not complied with the MCLE Rules, or are exempt from the MCLE Rules.
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