Want to submit a CLE proposal? Need materials for your own CLE programs? Or do you just have some general questions about CLE? Read on for more information.
Proposals for Spring, Fall, and Annual CLE programming are accepted on a rolling basis, unless deadlines are given below. Just use the form below.
CLE Proposal Form
The Section offers webinars year-round (approximately 9). If you'd like to submit a proposal, please use the form below.
Don't be shy...our CLE Committee looks forward to hearing your ideas!
Below are titles of CLE programs we've previously produced. Use them to spur ideas, or peruse them to see what's been done in the past.
Still need ideas for your CLE program? Or perhaps your own programming's already in place, and you just need materials to use. Either way, Family Advocate can help! For more information, visit the Family Advocate CLE page.
If you'd like to purchase CLE materials, see our CLE Materials (Recent Conferences/Webinars) page. We offer audio recordings from some of our CLE Conferences (see above link).
Don't forget, books are informative, too.
FAQs about CLE
Q: Can't find your CLE certificate of attendance form?
A: To request a CLE form from a recent meeting or program that you attended, please call Danielle Pruger at 312-988-5149.
Q: Does my state require me to take continuing legal education courses?
A: There are 46 states that require lawyers to take mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) courses in order to practice law. Find out about your state's MCLE requirements.
Q: What Member Benefits does the ABA's MCLE Department offer?
A: The ABA's MCLE Department and a variety of Sections provide members with complimentary or member-benefit offerings. ABA Value Pass holders receive yearlong access to ABA CLE offerings for one low price. They also offer the ABA Free CLE Series, which allows members to earn up to 18 CLE credit hours for free. Get more information about your ABA member benefits.
Q: Still have questions about CLE?
A: Get answers to several of the most frequently asked questions and even submit your own question.
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