Recorded CLE programs provided on-demand as streaming audio or video presentations. Online courses require an active Internet connection to access.
Please note the ABA offers audio and video products and some are not eligible for credit. Please view a specific program's description page or marketing materials for information indicating a specific program is eligible for credit.
ABA programs ordinarily qualify for CLE credit for on-demand programs in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona,, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Washington, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.
The ABA does not seek direct accreditation of on-demand CLE in Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, Rhode Island, Virginia and Wyoming. Some states allow attorneys to earn credit through reciprocity or self-submission. Attorneys may not self-apply for on-demand programs in Kansas or Virginia. View accreditation information for your state.
Please note that some states may not approve specific programs, formats, or topics for credit.
This list is a general guide only.
For each on demand recording viewed, please complete the provided online Attendance Affidavit to confirm your attendance and obtain your certificates.
Please check your ABA CLE information on your state for information on whether you need to report your attendance or if the ABA will report your attendance. Programs which are not accredited by the ABA in some jurisdictions may be available for self-application and self-reporting with the state.
CDs, CD-ROMs, DVDs and Downloads
Please note the ABA no longer offers audio and video products in these formats and as of July 1, 2017 are no longer eligible for credit from the ABA. Programs purchased prior to this date may be eligible for limited accreditation according to the information provided at the time of purchase. The ABA is no longer directly accrediting these formats for MCLE credit in any jurisdiction. Some states allow attorneys to earn self-study credit through self-submission. View more information about audio and video products.
A Note About MCLE Credit
The content on this page is for informational and educational purposes only. Each state has its own rules and regulations indicating what qualifies for CLE credit. Certain programs, subjects, and formats may not receive credit in some states and there may be specific rules regarding who may earn credit or the maximum number of credit hours that may be earned with specific formats. Please contact your state MCLE regulatory entity for specific questions about your MCLE rules.