CLE Information: Immediately after the seminar
After the seminar, you’ll receive a follow-up email that includes:
- Our MCLE packet with:
- Seminar description and timed agenda.
- Certificate of Attendance (fill in your own name).
- Seminar brochure.
- Professor Bryan A. Garner’s CV.
- MCLE-reporting chart (including instructions for each state where LawProse is approved for CLE credit and the applicable hours).
- Attendance-verification form.
- Professor Garner will announce and show six code words during the seminar. There are spaces for each of these words on the attendance-verification form. To receive full credit for attendance/CLE credit, you’ll need to send back the form with all the information filled in.
- Please fill out and return the form by the listed deadline. The code words will help us verify your attendance and then report your credits to your state bars as listed in the MCLE-reporting chart.
- We’ll log this information and submit credit as necessary or send you the state-specific certificate.
- If you miss the deadline, your state’s CLE agency may allow you to directly report your credits. Please see the CLE-reporting chart you’ll receive after the seminar for more details. LawProse isn’t responsible for reporting/logging attendance or handling other CLE matters if your attendance form is returned after the deadline.
- For New York CLE: please timely submit the NY Attorney-Affirmation form with your code words to receive a NY Approved-Jurisdiction Policy CLE packet. There will be a hardcopy with your coursebook and we’ll also send an e-version to you in the seminar-info packet.
- If your state is not listed on the MCLE-reporting chart, then LawProse has not applied for credit in that jurisdiction. But not to worry! You’ll simply apply to your Bar for credit. The documents in the MCLE packet will be helpful.
You will receive these forms four times (just in case):
- Hard copies enclosed in your coursebook.
- Attached to LawProse’s seminar-introduction email.
- Attached to LawProse’s calendar invitation.
- Attached to LawProse’s seminar-reminder email two hours before the seminar’s start time.