| Our "One-Year Unlimited Use" subscription allows one attorney access (listening and earning credit) to as many courses on this site as he/she wishes for one (1) year from the subscription date of purchase, and includes those courses added to the site during that period. For example, if you bought the subscription on June 1, 2010, the one-year period will begin at the time of your purchase on June 1, 2010 and will expire at 11:59 p.m. on May 31, 2011.Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio and Utah Exception: These CLE Commissions approve courses for only a calendar year. Thus, for these states, ALL courses must be completed and course evaluations submitted by December 31 of the year the subscription is purchased. |
How To Listen As a subscription holder, you may login at any time during your one-year period to select and complete a course. The process for selecting and completing a course as a subscription holder is the same as if you purchased an individual course. For details, please click here or go to "Listen to online courses" in the "New To CLE Courses?" box in the right column of this site's homepage.
The courses you complete remain in your account for the duration of your subscription so that you may go back and review the information at any time. However, you do not receive additional credit for listening to a course a second time.
You must "complete" your courses before the subscription's expiration date. "Complete" means listen to and submit the Course Evaluation. Thus, a course added to your account during the one-year period but not "completed" during that time would earn you no credit. For example, if you bought the subscription on June 1, 2010 and before 11:59 p.m. on May 31, 2011 selected 15 courses but completed only 14 of those courses, the one course you did not complete would then expire and no longer be available to be listened to or evaluated. Your ability to print the Certificates of Completion does not end with the subscription and certificates are always available for printing.
When selecting courses for credit, be sure to select from your state list, just as you would if you were buying an individual course. It is especially important for attorneys wishing to claim credit in more than one state to consult our "Multiple States Information" page. There is also a link to this page at the top of each state page.
In certain states, including Colorado, Florida and Texas, courses are given an expiration date by the applicable state CLE commission. Before listening to a course, be sure to check the expiration date. Expiration dates, where applicable, appear in the CLE list at the bottom of each course description.
How To Begin To initiate your "One-Year Unlimited Use" subscription, click the "ADD TO CART" button below and complete the checkout process. After the transaction is completed, you may immediately select and listen to courses. New courses added to the site during the length of your subscription may also be used.
Unlimited Use Group SubscriptionsFor information about special pricing for a group of unlimited subscriptions please contact:
Christine Piller, Group Subscription Manager
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Number of Credits Allowed with Online CLE, By State
Alaska: All (12) MCLE credits
Arizona: ALL (15) MCLE credits
California: All (25) MCLE credits
Colorado: All (45) CLE credits
Connecticut: All (12) MCLE credits
Delaware: One-Half (12) CLE credits
Florida: All (30) CLER credits
Georgia: One-Half (6) CLE credits
Illinois: All (30) MCLE credits
Eighteen (18) CLE credits
All (12) CLE credits
Louisiana: Four (4) CLE credits
Maine: One-Half (5.5) MCLE credits
Missouri: Six (6) MCLE credits
Montana: One-Third (5) MCLE credits
Nevada: All (13) CLE credits
New Mexico: One-Third (4) MCLE credits
New Jersey: One-Half (12) CLE credits
New York: All (24) CLE credits (for "experienced" NY attorneys only)
North Carolina: One-Half (6) CLE credits
Ohio: One-Half (12) CLE credits -
Oregon: All (45) MCLE credits
Pennsylvania: One-Half (6) CLE credits
Tennessee: Eight (8) CLE credits
Texas: All (15) MCLE credits
Utah: One-Half (12) MCLE credits
Vermont: One-Half (10) MCLE credits
Virginia: Two-Thirds (8) CLE credits
Washington: One-Half (22.5) CLE credits
West Virginia: One-Half (12) MCLE credits