Prince Edward Island
CPD Requirements: The Law Society of Prince Edward Island requires all practising members of the Society to complete and report at least 24 hours of continuing professional development by June 30 every two years. No fewer than four (4) hours of the required twenty-four (24) hours must pertain primarily to the following topics: Professional Responsibility; Ethics; Practice Standards; The Code of Professional Conduct; Conflicts of Interest; Rules of the Law Society; Client Relations; Practice Management. Credits may not be carried forward past the end of the term. Self-study credit is limited to a maximum of four (4) hours per term. View the Law Society of Prince Edward Island's Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Policy for complete details.
Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: It is each member's responsibility to ascertain whether an activity meets the criteria and qualifies as a CPD activity. CPD may be earned by attendance at CPD programs held by recognized educational providers as approved by the Secretary-Treasurer in advance of attendance by the member. Contact PLI at PLIcredits@pli.edu if seeking CPD credit for Prince Edward Island.
Attendance Reporting: Members are responsible for retaining records of CPD activities and making the records available to the Law Society upon request.