CLE Credit: Institute 2017

California (CA)

Attendees who meet the attendance requirements can obtain up to 12.5 hours of CLE credit.

Colorado (CO)

Colorado is a self reporting state.  Out of state transfer of credits are available through reciprocity with California.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.  Keep the CA Bar certificates for the sessions that you attended.

Washington DC (DC)

DC does not have mandatory CLE requirements.

Florida (FL)

Out of state transfer of credits are available through reciprocity with California.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

Georgia (GA)

CLOC submitted proof of attendance to the State Bar of Georgia on each attendee’s behalf.

Illinois (IL)

Illinois attorneys can receive credits for CLE taken out of state.  To receive CLE credits taken out of state, you need to complete the application. For a qualifying out-of-state course, log into The IL MCLE website and go to “My MCLE,” then to “Apply for Out-of-State credit.”

Minnesota (MN)

The Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education approved up to a total of 17.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

Nebraska (NE)

The Nebraska Bar approved up to a total of 12.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions (Activity ID: 143530).  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

New Hampshire (NH)

New Hampshire is a self reporting state.  Click here to access the New Hampshire CLE Attorney Reporting Tool.

New Jersey (NJ)

New Jersey is a self reporting state.  Out of state transfer of credits are available through reciprocity with California.  Keep the CA Bar certificate of attendance for the sessions that you attended.

Nevada (NV)

The Nevada Bar approved up to a total of 12.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

New York (NY)

Click here to view the requirements for claiming CLE credit for an Out-of-State Course under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction Policy.

Ohio (OH)

The Ohio Bar approved up to a total of 16.75 general hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions (Activity #364667).  CLOC submitted proof of attendance to the Ohio Bar on each attendee’s behalf.

Oklahoma (OK)

The Oklahoma Bar approved up to a total of 16.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

Oregon (OR)

The Oregon Bar approved up to a total of 12.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

Pennsylvania (PA)

The Pennsylvania Bar approved up to a total of 13.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

South Carolina (SC)

The South Carolina Bar approved up to a total of 18 hours of CLE credit (Course 176897) for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

Tennessee (TN)

Tennessee attorneys can receive credits for CLE taken out of state.  To receive CLE credits taken out of state, click here to complete the form.

Texas (TX)

The Texas Bar approved up to a total of 12.5 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.

Virginia (VA)

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Washington (WA)

The Washington Bar approved up to a total of 12 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  CLOC submitted proof of attendance to the Washington Bar on each attendee’s behalf.

Wisconsin (WI)

The Wisconsin Bar approved up to a total of 15 hours of CLE credit for those that attended qualifying sessions.  To submit your CLE credits for the sessions you attended, click here.


For questions, please reach out to Jeff Franke at jeff.franke@cloc.org.