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Illinois MCLE Board Announcement

Beginning July 1, 2019, the MCLE Board will collect information on individual attorney’s course attendance data. PCAM’s attendance pages will be modified to collect this information.  That means that each CLE provider will need to input into PCAM information about each Illinois-licensed attorney participating in a course or activity, including the attorney’s Illinois registration number Read More

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Connecticut’s Implement’s a New Continuing Legal Education Requirement

Connecticut’s New Minimum Continuing Legal Education Rule On January 1, 2017, Connecticut attorneys will need to comply with the new rules on minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) as established by the judges of the Connecticut Superior Court. The Connecticut Bar Association is prepared to help members comply with these new requirements by: An Overview of Read More

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Georgia Requiring Citizenship Affidavit Effective 1-1-2012

Effective 1-1-2012, Georgia requires a Citizenship affidavit of persons making application for all licenses, permits, registrations and certifications in order to comply with the Georgia Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act.  This requires that all speakers being certified by CEU Institute in GA will require a copy of an approved ID (DL, Passport, etc.) Affidavit Read More

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IL MCLE Update

Illinois Supreme Court issued two orders amending court rules as a part of an ongoing effort to enhance the level of professionalism practiced by Illinois attorneys. The rule changes were recommended by the Commission on Professionalism. The first rule change, announced on October 1, 2010, amends Illinois Supreme Court Rule 794(d)(1) to raise the professional Read More

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NJ to require Continuing Legal Education for Attorneys

New Jersey will join 42 states, including New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware, and a number of overseas territories that require mandatory legal education. New Jersey’s Supreme Court announced Thursday that it will require mandatory continuing legal education for all plenary-licensed attorneys, starting next year. Attorneys licensed to practice in New Jersey, including judges, law school Read More

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