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Alabama

Alabama CLE Requirements: The Alabama State Bar MCLE Commission requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 1 credit in ethics or professionalism, by December 31 of each year. All credits must be reported by February 15 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of online programs per reporting period. A maximum of 12 credits, including 1 ethics credit, may be carried over for 1 year only. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Alabama State Bar MCLE website.


Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Alabama attorneys.


Completing Your Alabama Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute products and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Alabama.


PLI's on-demand web programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “online” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of online programs per reporting period. View online CLE programs approved in Alabama.


PLI is a Pre-Approved Sponsor with the Alabama State Bar MCLE Commission and our programs are presumptively approved.


Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Alabama.

 

 

Alaska

 

Alaska CLE Requirements: The Alaska Bar Association requires attorneys to complete 3 necessary credits of ethics CLE per year. In addition, members are encouraged to complete at least 9 voluntary credits. Credits must be completed by December 31 and reported by February 1 of the following year. A maximum of 12 credits (3 ethics and 9 voluntary) may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Alaska Bar Association website.

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Alaska attorneys.

 

Completing Your Alaska Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Alaska’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn with PLI products. View all CLE programs approved in Alaska.

 

CLE programs which take place outside of Alaska are not required to be accredited by the Alaska Bar Association. Alaska Bar members may claim credit for attendance at CLE programs offered in or from other jurisdictions if the program has been accredited by another MCLE jurisdiction.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Alaska. Visit the Alaska Bar Association and download the reporting form to report your credits.

 

 

Arizona

 

Arizona CLE Requirements: The State Bar of Arizona requires attorneys to complete 15 credits, including 3 professional responsibility credits, by June 30 of each year. All credits must be reported by September


A maximum of 13 credits, including 3 professional responsibility credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the

FAQ page on the State Bar of Arizona website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Arizona attorneys.

 

Completing Your Arizona Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products qualify as “interactive CLE” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via interactive CLE programs. View interactive CLE programs are approved in Arizona.

 

The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. Arizona lawyers are required to independently review their regulations and make their own determination that an activity qualifies for credit toward their MCLE requirements.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Arizona. Visit the CLE tracking page to enter CLE events and file your affidavit online.

 

 

Arkansas

 

Arkansas CLE Requirements: The Arkansas Continuing Legal Education Board requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 1 credit in ethics or professionalism, by June 30 of each year. All credits must be reported by July 31. A maximum of 12 credits, including 1 ethics credit, may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Arkansas Continuing Legal Education Board website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Arkansas attorneys.

 

Completing Your Arkansas Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations fulfill Arkansas’ CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via these live formats. View all CLE programs approved in Arkansas.

 

The Arkansas Continuing Legal Education Board does not accept on-demand programs for CLE credit.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Arkansas.

 

 

California

 

California CLE Requirements: The State Bar of California requires attorneys to complete 25 credits, including 4 credits of legal ethics, 1 credit of competence issues, and 1 credit of elimination of bias, by January 31 every three years. There are three compliance groups, assigned by last name and staggered by year. All credits must be reported by February 1. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For more information, please visit the FAQ page on the California Bar Journal Website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted California attorneys.

 

Completing Your California Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products qualify as “participatory” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via participatory programs. View all CLE programs and all ethics CLE programs approved in California.

 

PLI is an approved Multiple Activity Provider with the State Bar of California, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in California. Members can report their credits through My State Bar Profile starting two months before their compliance deadline.

 

 

Colorado

 

Colorado CLE Requirements: The Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education requires attorneys to complete 45 credits, including 7 credits of legal ethics, by December 31 every three years. All credits must be reported by January 31 of the following year. Compliance periods are determined by admission date. Consult the Colorado Supreme Court to determine your compliance period. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Colorado attorneys.

 

Completing Your Colorado Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Colorado’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all CLE programs approved in Colorado.

 

PLI is an approved CLE Course Sponsor with the Colorado Supreme Court, Board of Continuing Legal and Judicial Education. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance unless the activity takes place within Colorado. Please visit the Colorado Supreme Court website to submit an affidavit.

 

 

Connecticut

 

There is no MCLE requirement for attorneys licensed in Connecticut.

 

 

Delaware

 

Delaware CLE Requirements: The Commission on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of Delaware requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 4 credits of enhanced ethics, by December 31 every other year. All credits must be reported by February 1 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of eCLE per reporting period, no more than 6 of which may be audio-only. Compliance periods are determined by admission date. A maximum of 20 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period, but enhanced ethics credits must be new each period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Commission on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of Delaware website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Delaware attorneys.

 

Completing Your Delaware Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits attorneys can earn with live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Delaware.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “eCLE” credit. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of eCLE per reporting period, no more than 6 of which may be audio-only. View eCLE programs approved in Delaware.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Commission on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of Delaware. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Delaware.

 

 

Florida

 

Florida CLE Requirements: The Florida Bar requires attorneys to complete 30 credits, including 5 credits of legal ethics, professionalism, bias elimination, substance abuse, or mental illness awareness every three years. Compliance periods and deadlines are assigned upon admission. Consult the Florida Bar to determine your compliance period. No credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Florida Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Florida attorneys.

 

Completing Your Florida Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Florida’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all CLE programs and all ethics CLE programs approved in Florida.

 

PLI is a MCLE Provider with the Florida Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Select PLI programs offer CLE credit in Florida Bar Board Certification areas. Please email CLEadministrator@pli.edu for more information.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Florida. Please log in to the Florida State Bar website to report attendance.

 

 

Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education (BLSE)

 

Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education (BLSE) Requirements: The Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education has varying CLE requirements for certification and recertification depending on the attorney’s chosen area of specialization. Refer to the Legal Specialization and Education Programs rules for more information. No credits may be carried over to the next compliance period.

 

Completing Your BLSE Requirements with PLI: Select PLI products are approved for various BLSE specialization credits. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all BLSE-approved PLI products.

 

PLI is an MCLE Provider with the Florida Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Florida. Please log in to the Florida State Bar website to report attendance.

 

 

Georgia

 

Georgia CLE Requirements: The State Bar of Georgia requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 1 credit in ethics, 1 credit in professionalism and 3 trial credits (only required for trial attorneys), by December 31 of each year. All credits must be reported by January 31 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 6 in-house credits per reporting period. A maximum of 12 credits, including 6 in-house CLE credits, 2 ethics credits, 2 professionalism credits, and 3 trial credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the State Bar of Georgia website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Georgia attorneys.

 

Completing Your Georgia Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations (Atlanta) qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits attorneys can earn with live seminars. View live CLE programs approved in Georgia.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “in-house” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 in-house credits per reporting period. View in-house CLE programs approved in Georgia.

 

PLI is an approved Sponsor with the State Bar of Georgia, Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Georgia.

 

 

Hawaii

 

Hawaii CLE Requirements: The Hawaii State Bar Association requires attorneys to complete 3 credits of continuing legal education by December 31 of each year. All credits must be reported by January 31 of the following year. At least once every 3 years, every active member shall complete 1 credit of approved ethics or professional responsibility education. This credit shall count toward the annual CLE requirement. A maximum of 3 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Hawaii State Bar Association website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Hawaii attorneys.

 

Completing Your Hawaii Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Hawaii’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn with PLI products. View all CLE programs approved in Hawaii.

 

PLI is an Approved Provider with the Hawaii State Bar Association, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Hawaii.

 

 

Idaho

 

Idaho CLE Requirements: The Idaho State Bar requires attorneys to complete 30 credits, including 2 credits of legal ethics, by December 31 every three years. All credits must be reported by February 1 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 15 credits of self-study per compliance period. Beginning with reporting periods ending on December 31, 2017 and thereafter, attorneys must complete at least 3 credits of legal ethics or professional responsibility per compliance period. Compliance periods and deadlines are assigned upon admission. Consult the Idaho State Bar to determine your compliance period. No credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Idaho State Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Idaho attorneys.

 

Completing Your Idaho Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Idaho.

 

PLI’s on-demand web programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 15 credits of self-study per compliance period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Idaho.

 

PLI is an approved Course Sponsor with the Idaho State Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Idaho.

 

 

Illinois

 

Illinois CLE Requirements: The Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board of the Supreme Court of Illinois requires attorneys to complete 30 credits, including 6 professional responsibility credits, by June 30 every two years. Attorneys with last names beginning with A-M report in even years; attorneys with last names beginning with N-Z report in odd years. Credits must be reported by July 31 of the reporting year. A maximum of 10 credits, including professional responsibility, may be carried over to the next reporting period. Attorneys can verify their requirements with the Illinois MCLE Board. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Illinois MCLE Board’s website.

 

Newly admitted Illinois attorneys are required to complete 15 Illinois-approved CLE credits. At least 6 of these must be fulfilled by a Basic Skills Course approved by the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism (ILSCCP), such as PLI’s Illinois Bridge-the-Gap course.

 

Completing Your Illinois Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Illinois' CLE requirements for experienced attorneys. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all CLE programs approved in Illinois. View professional responsibility CLE programs approved in Illinois.

 

PLI is an approved Course Provider with the Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board of the Supreme Court of Illinois, and our programs are presumptively approved for general credit. Providers are required to submit applications to the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism (ILSCCP) for each program containing professional responsibility credits.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Illinois. Please log in to your MCLE account to report attendance.

 

 

Indiana

 

Indiana CLE Requirements: The Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 36 credits, including 3 ethics credits, by December 31 every three years, with a minimum of 6 credits each year. Credits must be reported by December 31 of the reporting year. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of distance education per three-year compliance period. Compliance period deadlines are assigned upon admission. Consult the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education to determine your compliance end year. No credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Indiana attorneys.

 

Completing Your Indiana Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Indiana.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand web programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “distance education” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of distance education per three-year compliance period. View distance education CLE programs approved in Indiana.

 

PLI is a Sponsor with the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Indiana.

 

 

Iowa

 

Iowa CLE Requirements: The Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 15 credits by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by March 10 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of unmoderated programs per calendar year. An attorney may carry over excess credits for up to 2 succeeding calendar years. The 15 required credits must include 3 hours of legal ethics every two years. Excess legal ethics credits may only be carried over to fulfill the general 15 credit requirement. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Iowa attorneys.

 

Completing Your Iowa Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Iowa.

 

PLI’s on-demand web programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “unmoderated” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of unmoderated programs per calendar year. View unmoderated CLE programs approved in Iowa.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Iowa. Please log in to Your CSR Account to report attendance.

 

 

Federal CLE – Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa (IAND/IASD)

 

IAND/IASD Continuing Legal Education Requirements: The IAND/IASD requires attorneys to complete 6 credits in the area of federal practice by March 1 every two years. All credits must be reported by March 1 of the reporting year. Attorneys admitted in either the Northern or the Southern District in an odd-numbered year must report in even-numbered years. Attorneys admitted in even-numbered years must report in odd-numbered years. Attorneys admitted in both districts must report in the year required by their district of residence. A maximum of 3 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the United States District Court, Southern District of Iowa website.

 

Completing Your IAND/IASD Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill IAND/IASD’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all CLE programs approved by the United States District Court, Southern District of Iowa.

 

Providers are required to submit applications to the Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own credits to the Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa via the CLE Biennial Report Form.

 

 

Kansas

 

Kansas CLE Requirements: The Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 credits of ethics, every year by June 30. Attorneys are limited to 5 credits of non- traditional programs per year. Credits must be reported by July 31. A maximum of 10 excess credits from traditional programs only may be carried over to the next reporting period. Credits earned via Non- Traditional Programming cannot be carried over into the next compliance period. Ethics credits carry over as general credits. Teaching, authorship, or law practice management credits cannot be carried over. Law practice management credit is limited to a maximum of 2 credits in any compliance period.


For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Kansas attorneys.

 

Completing Your Kansas Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “traditional” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via traditional programs. View traditional CLE programs approved in Kansas.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “non-traditional” credit. Attorneys are limited to 5 credits of non-traditional programs per year. View non-traditional CLE programs approved in Kansas.

 

Providers are required to submit applications to the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Effective August 1, 2015, the Kansas CLE Commission requires that attendance for all NON-TRADITIONAL programs must be reported by the provider. See KS RULE 804(e) for details. PLI reports attendance in Kansas for non-traditional programs only (live and on-demand webcasts). Attorneys must report attendance for all traditional programs. Log in to your MyKSCLE account to report attendance.

 

 

Kentucky

 

Kentucky CLE Requirements: The Kentucky Bar Association requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 credits of ethics, every year by June 30. All credits must be reported by August 10. Attorneys are limited to 6 non-live credits per reporting period. A maximum of 24 live credits, including 4 ethics credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. Non-live credit may not be carried forward. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Kentucky Bar Association website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Kentucky attorneys.

 

Completing Your Kentucky Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Kentucky.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “non-live” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 non- live credits per reporting period. View non-live CLE programs approved in Kentucky.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Kentucky Bar Association, CLE Commission. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Kentucky.

 

 

Louisiana

 

Louisiana CLE Requirements: The Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 12.5 credits, including 1 credit of ethics and 1 credit of professionalism, by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by January 31 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 4 credits of self-study per reporting period. A maximum of 8 general credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. No ethics credits may be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Louisiana attorneys.

 

Completing Your Louisiana Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Louisiana.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 4 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Louisiana.

 

PLI is a CLE Sponsor with the Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Louisiana.

 

 

Maine

 

Maine CLE Requirements: The Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar requires attorneys to complete 11 credits, including 1 credit of ethics, every calendar year. All credits must be reported by August 31 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 5.5 credits of self-study per reporting period. A maximum of 10 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Maine attorneys.

 

Completing Your Maine Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Maine.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 5.5 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Maine.

 

PLI is an Approved Sponsor with the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Maine only for live seminars and live webcasts. Attorneys must report attendance for all other products. Log in to your MyBoardAccess to report attendance.

 

 

Maryland

 

There is no MCLE requirement for attorneys licensed in Maryland.

 

 

Massachusetts

 

There is no MCLE requirement for attorneys licensed in Massachusetts.

 

 

Michigan

 

There is no MCLE requirement for attorneys licensed in Michigan.

 

 

Minnesota

 

Minnesota CLE Requirements: The Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 45 credits, including 3 ethics and 2 elimination of bias credits, by June 30 every three years. All credits must be reported by August 31. Attorneys are limited to 15 on-demand credits per reporting period. There are three compliance groups assigned by name, staggered by year. Consult your attorney record to confirm your compliance period. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Minnesota attorneys.

 

Completing Your Minnesota Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Minnesota.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “on-demand” credit. Attorneys are limited to 15 on-demand credits per reporting period. View on-demand CLE programs approved in Minnesota.

 

PLI is a Sponsor with the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Minnesota. Log in to your Minnesota OASIS account to report credit.

 

 

Mississippi

 

Mississippi CLE Requirements: The Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 1 credit of ethics, professional responsibility, professionalism, malpractice prevention, substance abuse or mental health, every year by July 31. All credits must be reported by August 15. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of distance learning per reporting period. A maximum of 12 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period; ethics credit carries over as general credit. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Mississippi attorneys.

 

Completing Your Mississippi Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars and SEC Institute qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Mississippi.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, co-sponsored locations, on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “distance learning” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of distance learning per reporting period. View distance learning CLE programs approved in Mississippi.

 

PLI is a Sponsor with the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance only for programs that take place in Mississippi. Attorneys must report attendance for programs that take place outside of Mississippi. The Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education will provide a form annually for attendance reporting.

 

 

Missouri

 

Missouri CLE Requirements: The Missouri Bar requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 credits of professionalism, ethics or malpractice prevention, by June 30 every year. All credits must be reported by July 31. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of self-study per reporting period. Professionalism, ethics, and malpractice prevention credit may not be earned through self-study. A maximum of 15 credits, including 2 ethics credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. “Self-study” credit may not be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Missouri Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Missouri attorneys.

 

Completing Your Missouri Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Missouri.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Missouri.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Missouri Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Missouri. Please visit the Members Only section of the Missouri Bar website to report electronically.

 

 

Montana

 

Montana CLE Requirements: The Supreme Court of Montana requires attorneys to complete 15 credits, including 2 credits of professionalism or ethics, by March 31 every year. All credits must be reported by May 15. Attorneys must earn a minimum of 10 credits through “live” programs. Attorneys are limited to 5 credits of self-study per reporting period. A maximum of 30 “live” credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. “Self-study” credit may not be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Supreme Court of Montana Commission of Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Montana attorneys.

 

Completing Your Montana Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Montana.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 5 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Montana.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Montana Continuing Legal Education Commission, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Montana.

 

 

Nebraska

 

Nebraska CLE Requirements: The State of Nebraska Judicial Branch requires attorneys to complete 10 credits, including 2 credits of professionalism, ethics or malpractice prevention, by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by December 31. Attorneys are limited to 5 credits of computer-based learning per reporting period. A maximum of 5 credits earned at live seminars may be carried over to the next reporting period. Ethics credit may not be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the State of Nebraska Judicial Branch website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Nebraska attorneys.

 

Completing Your Nebraska Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars. SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Nebraska.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “computer-based learning” credit. Attorneys are limited to 5 credits of computer-based learning per reporting period. View computer-based learning CLE programs approved in Nebraska.

 

PLI is a MCLE Sponsor with the State of Nebraska Judicial Branch. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Nebraska.

 

 

Nevada

 

Nevada CLE Requirements: The Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 credits of ethics and 1 credit of substance abuse, by December 31 of each year. All credits must be reported by March 1 of the following year. One credit in substance abuse is also required every 3 years (due dates can be found at the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education website). A maximum of 24 credits, including 4 ethics credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education website.

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Nevada attorneys.

 

Completing Your Nevada Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Nevada.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via self-study programs. View self-study CLE programs approved in Nevada.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsorship with the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Nevada only for live seminars. Attorneys must report attendance for all other products using Form 3, available on the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education website.

 

 

New Hampshire

 

New Hampshire CLE Requirements: The New Hampshire Continuing Legal Education Board requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 ethics credits, by June 30 every year. All credits must be reported by October 1. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of self-study per reporting period. A maximum of 12 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the New Hampshire Bar Association website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted New Hampshire attorneys.

 

Completing Your New Hampshire Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in New Hampshire.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in New Hampshire.

 

The NHMCLE Board does not pre-approve courses for credit. Each attorney is responsible for determining whether a program meets the requirements of Supreme Court Rule 53.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance via the Attorney Report Tool.

 

 

New Jersey

 

New Jersey CLE Requirements: The Supreme Court of New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 4 credits of ethics and/or professionalism, by December 31 every two years. There are two compliance groups: Group 1 is made up of attorneys born January 1 through June 30 who report in even-numbered years; Group 2 is made up of attorneys born July 1 through December 31 who report in odd-numbered years. All credit must be reported by December 31. Attorneys must earn at least 12 credits through live programs and are limited to 12 credits of alternative verifiable learning formats per reporting period. A maximum of 12 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Supreme Court of New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Newly admitted attorneys must also obtain 15 of the required 24 credits in any 5 of 9 newly admitted subject areas. Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted New Jersey attorneys.

 

Completing Your New Jersey Requirements with PLI: When taken together, any two of PLI’s three New Jersey Basic CLE Marathons fulfill the newly admitted requirement: New Jersey Basic CLE Marathon 2014, New Jersey Basic CLE Marathon 2015, and New Jersey Basic CLE Marathon 2016. View our New Jersey Basic CLE Marathon FAQs.

 

PLI’s live seminars qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in New Jersey.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, co-sponsored locations (New Brunswick), on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “alternative verifiable learning formats” credit. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of alternative verifiable learning formats per reporting period. However, attorneys who reside in, work in, and are licensed in a mandatory CLE jurisdiction that allows for 100% of CLE courses to be taken through alternative verifiable learning formats shall, through reciprocity, be able to satisfy their CLE obligation in New Jersey through 100% alternative verifiable learning formats (Regulation 201:8). View alternate verifiable learning format CLE programs approved in New Jersey.

 

PLI is an Accredited Provider with the Supreme Court of New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance via the Annual Attorney Registration Statement.

 

 

New Mexico

 

New Mexico CLE Requirements: The New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Agency requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 ethics and professionalism credits, by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by December 31. Attorneys are limited to 4 credits of self-study per reporting period. A maximum of 12 live credits, including 2 ethics and professionalism credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. Self-study credit may not be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Agency website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted New Mexico attorneys.

 

Completing Your New Mexico Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in New Mexico.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 4 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in New Mexico.

 

PLI is an Accredited Provider with the New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Agency, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance only for programs that take place in New Mexico. Attorneys must report attendance for programs that take place outside of New Mexico. The Agency will provide a form annually for reporting attendance to programs outside of the state.

 

 

New York

 

New York CLE Requirements: The New York State Continuing Legal Education Board requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 4 ethics and professionalism credits, every two years. All credits must be completed and reported within 30 days after the attorney’s birthday in alternate years. A maximum of 6 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board website.

 

Newly admitted attorneys, those admitted to the New York State Bar within the past two years, must complete at least 16 transitional CLE credits (3 ethics and professionalism, 6 skills and 7 professional practice or law practice management) in both of the first two years of admission to the Bar. PLI's Bridge-the-Gap programs fulfil the ethics and skills portions of the requirement. Newly admitted attorneys may carry over 8 credits from the first year to the second year. Ethics credits cannot be carried over. Once the second-year requirement is complete, 6 additional credits may be applied toward the next reporting cycle. Learn more about newly admitted requirements. View our New York Bridge-the-Gap program FAQs.

 

Effective January 1, 2016, the New York State CLE Board has adopted changes to the formats through which newly admitted attorneys can earn credit:

 

Newly admitted attorneys based in law offices outside of the U.S. may fulfill up to 16 credits in any approved format, per NY Regulation 2(F)(1). The remaining credits must be completed in a format permissible for the category of credit. All programs must be transitional.

 

Note: There is no change to the number or categories of credit, and all programs must be transitional. Newly admitted attorneys must still complete at least 16 credits (3 ethics and professionalism, 6 skills and 7 professional practice or law practice management) in each of their first two years of admission to the Bar.

 

Completing Your New York Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill New York’s CLE requirements for experienced attorneys. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn with PLI products. View live CLE programs and ethics CLE programs approved in New York.

 

PLI’s transitional programs can fulfill the requirements for newly admitted attorneys:

 

PLI is certified as an Accredited Provider by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in New York. The Board will provide a form annually for reporting attendance.

 

 

North Carolina

 

North Carolina CLE Requirements: The North Carolina State Bar Continuing Legal Education Department requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 professional responsibility credits, by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by the last day of February of the following year. One professional responsibility credit devoted to substance abuse credit must be completed every three years. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of online programs per reporting period. A maximum of 12 credits, including 2 professional responsibility credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the North Carolina State Bar Continuing Legal Education Department website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted North Carolina attorneys.

 

Completing Your North Carolina Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in North Carolina.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “online” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of online programs per reporting period. View online CLE programs approved in North Carolina.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the North Carolina State Bar Continuing Legal Education Department. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in North Carolina. The North Carolina CLE Department will provide a form annually for reporting attendance.

 

 

North Dakota

 

North Dakota CLE Requirements: The North Dakota Commission for Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 45 credits, including 3 ethics credits, by June 30 every three years. All credits must be reported by July 30 of the reporting year. Attorneys are limited to 15 credits of self-study per reporting period.

Compliance period year ends are assigned based on admission to the Bar. Consult the State Bar Association of North Dakota to confirm your compliance period end date. No credits may be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the North Dakota Commission for Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted North Dakota attorneys.

 

Completing Your North Dakota Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in North Dakota.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 15 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in North Dakota.

 

PLI's programs are presumptively approved by the North Dakota Commission for Continuing Legal Education.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in North Dakota only for live seminars. Attorneys must report attendance annually for all other products using the Report of Compliance.

 

 

Ohio

 

Ohio CLE Requirements: The Commission on Continuing Legal Education, Supreme Court of Ohio requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 2.5 credits in professional conduct, by December 31 every two years. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of self-study per compliance period. Compliance periods are based on last names: A through L must complete their requirements in odd-numbered years; M through Z must complete their requirements in even-numbered years. A maximum of 12 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. Beginning with the 2013/2014 compliance period, attorneys will no longer be required to file a final reporting transcript by January 31 for the two preceding years. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Commission on Continuing Legal Education, Supreme Court of Ohio website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for Ohio New Lawyer Training (NLT). Looking for New Lawyer Training? Attend PLI's upcoming Ohio New Lawyers Training 2016 program, specifically designed to help new Ohio lawyers meet their NLT requirement.

 

Completing Your Ohio Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations (Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus) qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Ohio.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of self-study per compliance period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Ohio.

 

PLI is a Sponsor with the Commission on Continuing Legal Education, Supreme Court of Ohio. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Ohio.

 

 

Oklahoma

 

Oklahoma CLE Requirements: The Oklahoma Bar Association MCLE Commission requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 1 legal ethics credit, by December 31 every year. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of online, on-demand programs per compliance period. A maximum of 12 credits, including 1 ethics credit, may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Oklahoma Bar Association MCLE Commission website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Oklahoma attorneys.

 

Completing Your Oklahoma Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Oklahoma.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “online, on-demand” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of online, on-demand programs per compliance period. View online, on-demand CLE programs approved in Oklahoma.

 

PLI's programs are presumptively approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association MCLE Commission.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Oklahoma.

 

 

Oregon

 

Oregon CLE Requirements: The Oregon State Bar requires attorneys to complete 45 credits, including 6 legal ethics credits, by December 31 every three years. All credits must be reported by January 31 of the following year. In alternate reporting periods, 1 of 6 ethics credits must be in child abuse or elder abuse reporting. Also, in alternate reporting periods, 3 of the 45 required credits must be in access to justice credit. To verify your compliance period and the credits required, log in to your member dashboard. A maximum of 15 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. Excess legal ethics and access to justice credits can be applied to the general or practical skills requirement. Practical skills credits can be applied to the general requirement. For attorneys in a three-year reporting period, one child abuse or elder abuse reporting credit earned in a non-required reporting period may be applied to the ethics credit requirement. Additional child abuse and elder abuse reporting credits will be applied to the general requirement. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Oregon State Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Oregon attorneys.

 

Completing Your Oregon Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Oregon’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all CLE programs and all ethics CLE programs approved in Oregon.

 

PLI is an approved Sponsor with the Oregon State Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Oregon.

 

 

Pennsylvania

 

Pennsylvania CLE Requirements: The Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board (PACLE) requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 ethics credits, every year. Reporting periods are assigned upon admission and are staggered through the year: Group I - May 1 through April 30; Group II - September 1 through August 31; Group III - January 1 through December 31. Consult your MyPACLE account to verify your reporting group. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of distance learning per year. A maximum of 24 credits may be carried over to the next two compliance periods. Distance learning credits cannot be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the PACLE website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Pennsylvania attorneys.

 

Completing Your Pennsylvania Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars and co-sponsored locations (Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Mechanicsburg) qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs and all ethics CLE programs approved in Pennsylvania.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “distance learning” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of distance learning per compliance period. View distance learning CLE programs approved in Pennsylvania.

 

PLI is an Accredited Provider with the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board (PACLE), and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Pennsylvania.

 

 

Puerto Rico

 

Puerto Rico CLE Requirements: La Rama Judicial de Puerto Rico requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 4 ethics credits, every three years. Compliance periods begin on the first day of the attorney’s birth month and end on the last day of the month preceding the attorney’s birth month the following year. All credits must be reported within 30 days after the end of the compliance period. Attorneys are limited to 8 credits of non-traditional programs per compliance period. A maximum of 24 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on La Rama Judicial de Puerto Rico website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Puerto Rico attorneys.

 

Completing Your Puerto Rico Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4 qualify as “non-traditional” credit. Attorneys are limited to 8 credits of non-traditional programs per compliance period.

 

PLI programs are not accredited in Puerto Rico. Applicable rules allow attorneys to submit an application to La Rama Judicial de Puerto Rico requesting approval.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance to Puerto Rico. La Rama Judicial de Puerto Rico will provide a form annually for attendance reporting.

 

 

Rhode Island

 

Rhode Island CLE Requirements: The Rhode Island Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission requires attorneys to complete 10 credits, including 2 ethics credits, by June 30 every year. All credits must be reported by June 30. Attorneys are limited to 3 on-demand credits programs per compliance period. A maximum of 10 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Rhode Island Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Rhode Island attorneys.

 

Completing Your Rhode Island Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Rhode Island.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “on-demand” credit. Attorneys are limited to 3 on-demand credits programs per compliance period.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Rhode Island Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Rhode Island.

 

 

South Carolina

 

South Carolina CLE Requirements: The Supreme Court of South Carolina Commission on CLE and Specialization requires attorneys to complete 14 credits, including 2 legal ethics and professional responsibilities (LEPR) credits, by the last day of February every year. All credits must be reported by March 1. At least 1 substance abuse credit must be completed every three years. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of alternatively delivered programs per compliance period. A maximum of 14 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. Credits from alternatively delivered programs may not be carried forward. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Supreme Court of South Carolina Commission on CLE and Specialization website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted South Carolina attorneys.

 

Completing Your South Carolina Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in South Carolina.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “alternatively delivered” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of alternatively delivered programs per compliance period. View alternatively delivered CLE programs approved in South Carolina.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Supreme Court of South Carolina Commission on CLE and Specialization. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in South Carolina only for live seminars. The Commission will provide a form annually for attendance reporting for all other products.

 

 

South Dakota

 

There is no MCLE requirement for attorneys licensed in South Dakota.

 

 

Tennessee

 

Tennessee CLE Requirements: The Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization requires attorneys to complete 15 credits, including 3 ethics/professionalism credits (EP credits), by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by March 1 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 8 credits of distance learning per compliance period. A maximum of 15 credits, including 3 EP credits, may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Tennessee attorneys.

 

Completing Your Tennessee Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations (Nashville) qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Tennessee.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “distance learning” credit. Attorneys are limited to 8 credits of distance learning per compliance period. View distance learning CLE programs approved in Tennessee.

 

PLI is a Provider with the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Tennessee.

 

 

Texas

 

Texas CLE Requirements: The State Bar of Texas requires attorneys to complete 15 credits, including 3 credits of legal ethics/professional responsibility, every year. Compliance periods begin on the first day of the attorney’s birth month and end on the last day of the month preceding the attorney’s birth month in the following year. All credits must be reported by the end of the attorney’s birth month. A maximum of 15 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the State Bar of Texas website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Texas attorneys.

 

Completing Your Texas Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill Texas’s CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all CLE programs approved in Texas.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the State Bar of Texas. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Select PLI programs offer CLE credit in Texas Board of Legal Specialization areas. Please email CLEadministrator@pli.edu for more information.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Texas.

 

 

Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS)

 

Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) Requirements: The Texas Board of Legal Specialization requires attorneys seeking TBLS certification to complete 60 credits of CLE in their specialty area within the 3 years immediately preceding application, through December 31 of the year of application. Attorneys seeking recertification must complete 100 credits of CLE in their specialty area by December 31 of each 5th year of certification. Certified attorneys must file an annual report online indicating their percentage of completion. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Texas Board of Legal Specialization website.

 

Completing Your TBLS Requirements with PLI: Select PLI products are approved for various TBLS specialization credits. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products. View all TBLS-approved PLI products.

 

Providers are required to submit applications to the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance to the Texas Board of Legal Certification using their MyTBLS account.

 

 

Utah

 

Utah CLE Requirements: The Utah State Board of Continuing Legal Education requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 3 ethics credits, by June 30 every two years. Attorneys are assigned to one of two compliance groups reporting in either odd-numbered years or even-numbered years. Consult the Utah State Bar to determine your compliance period. All credits must be reported by July 31. One ethics credit must be in professionalism and civility. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of self-study per reporting period. No credits may be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Utah State Board of Continuing Legal Education website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Utah attorneys.

 

Completing Your Utah Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars and SEC Institute qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Utah.

 

PLI’s co-sponsored locations, live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “self- study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Utah.

 

PLI is a Presumptive Provider with the Utah State Bar, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Utah.

 

 

Vermont

 

Vermont CLE Requirements: The Vermont MCLE Board requires attorneys to complete 20 credits, including 2 ethics credits, by June 30 every two years. All credits must be reported by July 1. Attorneys are assigned to one of two groups for reporting depending on year admitted. Attorneys are limited to 10 credits of self-study per reporting period. No credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Vermont MCLE Board website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Vermont attorneys.

 

Completing Your Vermont Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Vermont.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 10 credits of self-study per reporting period. View self-study CLE programs approved in Vermont.

 

PLI's programs are presumptively approved by the Vermont MCLE Board.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Vermont online.

 

 

Virgin Islands

 

Virgin Islands CLE Requirements: The Virgin Islands Bar Association requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 ethics credits, by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by January 31 of the following year. A maximum of 6 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Virgin Islands Bar Association website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Virgin Islands attorneys.

 

Completing Your Virgin Islands Requirements with PLI: All PLI and SEC Institute products can fulfill the Virgin Islands’ CLE requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via PLI products.

 

PLI's programs are presumptively approved by the Virgin Islands Bar Association.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Virgin Islands via the Virgin Islands Bar Association website.

 

 

Virginia

 

Virginia CLE Requirements: The Virginia State Bar requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 ethics credits, by October 31 every year. All credits must be reported by December 15. Attorneys are limited to 8 credits of pre-recorded programs per compliance period. Attorneys are required to fulfill a minimum of 4 credits via live interactive programs. A maximum of 12 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period, only 8 of which (including 2 ethics) may come from pre-recorded programs. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Virginia State Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Virginia attorneys.

 

Completing Your Virginia Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live interactive” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live interactive programs. View live interactive CLE programs and live interactive ethics CLE programs approved in Virginia.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “pre-recorded” credit. Attorneys are limited to 8 credits of pre-recorded programs per compliance period. View pre-recorded CLE programs and pre-recorded ethics CLE programs approved in Virginia.

 

PLI is an Accredited Sponsor with the Virginia State Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Virginia via www.vsb.org.

 

 

Washington

 

Washington State CLE Requirements: The Washington State Bar Association requires attorneys to complete 45 credits, including 6 ethics credits and 15 credits in "Law and Legal Procedure" (black letter law), by December 31 every three years. Attorneys are assigned to one of three compliance groups in a consecutive manner based upon their year of admission. Consult the Washington State Bar Association to determine your compliance period. All credits must be reported by February 1 of the following year. A maximum of 15 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. Of the 15 credits, 2 credits may be ethics. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Washington State Bar Association website.

 

New Rules Effective January 1, 2016: The Washington State Bar Association requires attorneys to complete 45 credits including 6 ethics credits and 15 credits in “Law and Legal Procedure” (black letter law). The remaining 24 credits can be earned in the above categories or in newly approved subject areas that include: professional development, personal development and mental health, office management, and improving the legal system. Credits must be earned by December 31 every three years. Attorneys are assigned to one of three compliance groups in a consecutive manner based upon their year of admission. Consult the Washington State Bar Association to determine your compliance period. All credits must be reported by February 1 of the following year. Effective January 1st, 2016, the Washington State – licensed attorneys are no longer limited to 22.5 credits of A/V programs per reporting period. Please visit the Washington State Bar’s webpage of MCLE Rules and Regulations for full details of the rule changes.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Washington attorneys.

 

Completing Your Washington Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, and co- sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs and all ethics CLE programs approved in Washington.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “A/V” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via A/V programs. View A/V CLE programs approved in Washington.

 

PLI is a Sponsor with the Washington State Bar Association. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in Washington only for live seminars and live webcasts. Attorneys must report attendance for all other products via the mywsba.org website.

 

 

West Virginia

 

West Virginia CLE Requirements: The West Virginia State Bar requires attorneys to complete 24 credits, including 3 credits in legal ethics, office management, substance abuse, and/or elimination of bias in the legal profession, by June 30 of even years. All credits must be reported by July 31 of even years. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of online instruction per compliance period. A maximum of 6 general credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. No legal ethics, office management, substance abuse and/or elimination of bias in the legal profession credits may be carried over. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the West Virginia State Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted West Virginia attorneys.

 

Completing Your West Virginia Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in West Virginia.

 

PLI’s live webcasts, on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “online” credit. Attorneys are limited to 12 credits of online instruction per compliance period. View online CLE programs approved in West Virginia.

 

PLI is a CLE Provider with the West Virginia State Bar, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports attendance in West Virginia.

 

 

Wisconsin

 

Wisconsin CLE Requirements: The Wisconsin Court System requires attorneys to complete 30 credits, including 3 legal ethics and professional responsibility credits, by December 31 every two years. All credits must be reported by February 1 of the following year. Attorneys are limited to 10 credits of repeated, on- demand programs per reporting period. There are 2 compliance groups: attorneys admitted in an even- numbered year report in even-numbered years; attorneys admitted in an odd-numbered year report in odd-numbered years. A maximum of 15 credits may be carried over to the next compliance period. Legal ethics and professional responsibility credits are carried over as general credits. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Wisconsin Court System website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Wisconsin attorneys.

 

Completing Your Wisconsin Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Wisconsin.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “repeated, on-demand” credit. Attorneys are limited to 10 credits per reporting period. No ethics credits may be earned with on-demand programs. View repeated, on-demand CLE programs approved in Wisconsin.

 

PLI is a General Program Approved (GPA) Sponsor with the Wisconsin Court System, and our programs are presumptively approved.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own credits in Wisconsin, via the electronic CLE reporting system.

 

 

Wyoming

 

Wyoming CLE Requirements: The Wyoming State Bar requires attorneys to complete 15 credits, including 2 ethics credits, by December 31 every year. All credits must be reported by January 30 of the following year.

 

Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of self-study per reporting period. A maximum of 30 credits, including 2 ethics credits, may be carried over to the next reporting period. Credits earned through self-study may not be carried over. Learn more about newly admitted requirements. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Wyoming State Bar website.

 

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted Wyoming attorneys.

 

Completing Your Wyoming Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via live programs. View live CLE programs approved in Wyoming.

 

PLI’s on-demand programs, MP3s and MP4s qualify as “self-study” credit. Attorneys are limited to 6 credits of self-study per reporting period.

 

PLI is an approved Accredited Sponsor with the Wyoming State Bar. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Wyoming via the Application for CLE Credit on the Wyoming State Bar website.

 

 

 

 

British Columbia (CPD-BC)

 

CPD Requirements: The Law Society of British Columbia requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 2 in any combination of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and practice management, by December 31 of each year. All credits must be reported by December 31. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period.

 

Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “real-time” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via real-time programs. View PLI programs approved for British Columbia CPD credit.

 

PLI's on-demand web programs, MP3s, and MP4s are not eligible for CPD credit unless viewed with at least one other attorney or an articled student. In this case, the credit must be recorded as a “study- group.”

 

PLI is a Pre-Approved CPD provider with the Law Society of British Columbia. Providers are required to submit applications for each program.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in British Columbia. Log in to the Law Society website to report attendance.

 

 

Ontario (CPD-ON)

 

CPD Requirements: The Law Society of Upper Canada requires attorneys to complete 12 credits, including 3 accredited credits in professional responsibility, ethics and/or practice management, by December 31 of each year. Substantive credits do not need to be accredited. All credits must be reported by December 31. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Law Society of Upper Canada’s website.

 

Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars, live webcasts, SEC Institute and co-sponsored locations qualify as “interactive” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via interactive programs. View PLI programs approved for Ontario CPD credit.

 

PLI's on-demand web programs, MP3s, and MP4s qualify as “recorded” credit. If viewed without a colleague, attorneys are limited to 6 credits of recorded programs per year. If viewed with at least one colleague, there is no limit to the number of credits that can be earned through recorded programs.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Ontario.

 

 

Quebec (CPD-QC)

 

CPD Requirements: The Barreau du Quebec requires attorneys to complete 30 credits by March 31 every two years (on the odd year). A maximum of 6 credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Barreau du Quebec’s website.

 

Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: PLI programs are approved for credit in Québec as per the Barreau du Québec rule on reciprocity. Training activities held outside the Province of Québec and approved by another Canadian bar or foreign bar as part of a Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) program in that other bar are automatically approved by the Comité regardless of whether or not you are a member of that other bar, and; regardless of whether or not this training activity is offered by that bar itself or by a supplier accredited by that bar. View PLI programs approved for Quebec CPD credit.

 

It is up to the attorney to ensure that the training activity is approved by the foreign bar under its own mandatory continuing legal education program and that it meets the requirements of the Règlement sur la formation continue obligatoire. For these training activities, attorneys need to declare in their training statements the training hours spent and to retain proof of registration and participation. No application for recognition is required to be submitted by the provider to the Comité.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Quebec.

 

 

Hong Kong (CPD-HK)

 

CPD Requirements: The Law Society of Hong Kong requires attorneys to complete 15 points by October 31 of each year. A maximum of 10 points may be carried over to the next reporting period. For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the Law Society of Hong Kong website.

 

Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: PLI’s live seminars and SEC Institute are considered “live” credit. There is no limit to the number of points an attorney can earn via live programs.

 

PLI’s live webcasts are considered “distance learning.” Attorneys are limited to 15 points of distance learning programs per reporting period. PLI does not offer CPD points for on-demands, MP3s and MP4s.

 

Select programs are submitted for approval to the Law Society of Hong Kong for CPD points.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance in Hong Kong.

 

 

United Kingdom (CPD-UK)

 

CPD Requirements: On 21 May 2014, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) agreed to implement a new approach to continuing competence and the CPD scheme. This approach allows solicitors to determine the learning and development they need to ensure they deliver a competent legal service. The requirement to undertake mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) training has been eliminated. Under the new approach to continuing competence, solicitors are not required to undertake accredited CPD from 1 November 2014 and the SRA will cease to recognize accredited training from this point. Visit the SRA for more details.

 

Until 31 October 2016, solicitors can choose either: i) to follow existing CPD requirements; or ii) from 1 April 2015, to adopt the new approach to continuing competence. Solicitors who choose to comply with current CPD requirements until 31 October 2016 must continue to undertake 16 hours of activity, as outlined in the guidance note for Regulation 8 of our current CPD regulations during each CPD year, and confirm that they have met this requirement as part of the annual practicing certificate renewal exercise (PCRE). From 1 November 2014, there will be no requirement to undertake accredited training as part of the 16 hours CPD requirement.

 

For additional information, please see the FAQ page on the SRA’s website.

 

Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: PLI is an authorised external CPD provider. View PLI programs approved for United Kingdom CPD credit.

 

Attendance Reporting: Solicitors must report their own compliance in the United Kingdom.

 

 

 

NASBA

 

 

Requirements: CPE credit requirements vary by state. Please consult the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) Learning Market website for state-specific requirements.


Completing Your CPE Requirements with PLI: PLI is registered with NASBA as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State Boards of Accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Please be sure to verify your individual CPE requirements through your own State Board of Accountancy. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints and refunds, please contact Andrew Ottiger at aottiger@pli.edu.

 

Many PLI and SECI live programs, live Groupcasts, live webcasts, and on-demand programs offer CPE credit. Live programs are categorized as Group-Live delivery. Live Groupcasts and live webcasts (if offered for CPE) are categorized as Group-Internet-Based (GIB). NASBA-approved program levels include: basic, intermediate, advanced, update, and overview. View PLI programs approved for CPE credit. We now offer an expanded selection of on-demand programs approved for CPE credit (categorized as QAS Self-Study).

 

 

 

 

IRS Continuing Education (IRS-CE)

 

IRS CE

 

Requirements: Tax professionals who hold an Internal Revenue Service preparer tax identification number (PTIN) such as Enrolled Agents, Enrolled Retirement Plan Agents and other tax return preparers must complete 72 credits, including 6 credits in ethics or professional conduct, every three years. A minimum of 16 general credits and 2 ethics credits must be completed every year. Compliance periods and due dates are assigned based on the tax professional’s social security number.


Completing Your IRS-CE Requirements with PLI: PLI is an approved IRS CE provider. Select PLI live programs, live webcasts, and live groupcasts offer IRS CE credit to tax professionals. To request IRS Continuing Education credit for eligible programs, be sure to enter your license information and your Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) on your account profile.View PLI programs eligible for IRS CE credit for IRS PTIN holders.

Attendance Reporting: PLI reports CE credits to the IRS.

 

 

Certified Fraud Examiner CPE

 

Requirements: The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners requires CFEs to complete 20 hours of CPE per year. At least 10 of these 20 hours must relate directly to the detection and deterrence of fraud and at least 2 hours must relate directly to Ethics. Up to 10 CPE hours in excess of the minimum requirements may be carried forward to the following year.

 

Completing Your Recertification Requirements with PLI: Select PLI programs offer CPE credits in the areas of fraud-related, ethics-related, and non-fraud non-ethics related. To request Certified Fraud Examiner CPE credit for eligible programs, be sure to enter your license information on your account profile. Please note that it is ultimately the CFE’s responsibility to determine if the content of this course falls into one of the ACFE-approved fields of study. View PLI programs approved for Certified Fraud Examiner CPE credit.

 

 

Privacy CPE

 

Requirements: The International Association of Privacy Professionals requires privacy professionals to complete 20 credits every 2 years. At least 10 of those credits must come from “Group A” (any program, event, forum, book or other published written material, presentation, course of instruction or speaking engagement that relates to specific content on the IAPP exam blueprints and bodies of knowledge, whether it is provided, published or hosted by the IAPP or other approved organizations).


No more than 10 credits may come from “Group B” (any program, event, forum, book or other published written material, presentation, course of instruction or speaking engagement that does NOT correspond to IAPP exam blueprints and bodies of knowledge, but advances one’s professional development, advances one’s general privacy knowledge, or contributes to the strength of the privacy profession, whether it is provided, published or hosted by the IAPP or other approved organizations).

 

A maximum of 10 “Group A” credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. No “Group B” credits may be carried over. For more information, visit the IAPP’s Continuing Privacy Education Policy website.

 

Select programs are submitted for approval to the IAPP. To request Privacy CPE credit for eligible programs, be sure to enter your license information on your account profile. View PLI programs approved for Privacy CPE credit by the IAPP.

 

Attendance Reporting: Privacy Professionals report their own attendance to the IAPP via the CPE Submission Request Form.

 

 

HR Recertification

 

Requirements: The HR Certification Institute requires HR professionals to complete 60 credits by the end of the HR professional’s birth month every three years. Credit may be earned through Continuing Education courses (a maximum of 60), CE instruction (maximum of 20), on-the-job experience (maximum of 20); research and publishing (maximum of 20), leadership (maximum of 10), and professional membership in national or international HR-related associations (maximum of 10).

 

Completing Your Recertification Requirements with PLI: Select programs are submitted for approval to the HR Certification Institute. To request HR Recertification credit for eligible programs, be sure to enter your license information on your account profile. View PLI programs pre-approved for HR recertification credit by the HR Certification Institute.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attendees must report their own attendance to the HR Certification Institute via their online account.

 

 

IIEI Certification

 

Requirements: The International Import-Export Institute (IIEI) requires Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officers® (CUSECO) are required to complete 10 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every year or five years (depending on IIEI certification type) to maintain qualification. Consult the IEII CEU Guidelines for more information on your requirements.

 

Completing Your Recertification Requirements with PLI: Select PLI programs, such as Coping with U.S. Export Controls, qualify for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer® (CUSECO) continuing education requirements. PLI's two-day annual Coping with U.S. Export Controls program is an ACEP for recurring CEU equivalent training. To request IIEI Certification credit for eligible programs, be sure to enter your license information on your account profile.

 

Attendance Reporting: Attendees must report their own attendance to the IIEI via the CEU Application ($25 processing fee will apply) and proof of attendance.

 

 

 

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