I’m registering my attorney for the seminar on September 26. One of the questions I need to fill out is “State Bar(s) #s.” She is currently practicing in Delaware courts but is also admitted in various California courts. Do I have to list ALL courts?
We’re asking for State Bars and State-Bar Numbers, not court admissions.
You may list as many you’d like. These are not mandatory to list. This information helps us prepare the certificates for certain state CLEs that our team will need for the class. For available CLE credits, you can check our website for any given seminar description.
We send out an attendance-verification form with the coursebook and also an e-version in our seminar reminder. This document asks for the six code words Professor Garner presents during the seminar. It also has spaces for entering the attorney’s state bar and state-bar number.
Attendance-verification form. Why is this important?
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.
Even if you don’t need CLE credit, you may need attendance verification for your employer. The only way we can provide that information to your employer is if we have this attendance-verification form filled out and timely submitted.
Please return the form by the deadline listed on the form.
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.
New York Attorney-Affirmation Form
Attorneys licensed in New York who want to report the credit for Skills credit, then you’ll also need to turn in the NY Attorney-Affirmation form with the code words filled out by the deadline.
You’ll receive a New York Approved-Jurisdiction Policy CLE packet for you to use in your self-reporting.
If you miss the deadline, NY CLE 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.