LawProse Policy on CLE Credit

(Live Online Seminars)

For this live online seminar on Advanced Legal Writing & Editing, the chart below has all states where the seminar has been preapproved.

2023 Advanced Legal Writing & Editing

CLE Credits

  April 6 April 20 May 24 August 31 September 7 September 14 September 21 September 28 October 5 October 12 October 19
Alaska*
(5 hours)
Arizona
(5 hours)
California
(5 hours)
Colorado
(5 hours)
LawProse will send you a packet for your application to the Colorado Supreme Court.
Connecticut*
(5 hours)
Delaware**
(5 hours)
LawProse will send you a packet for your application to the Delaware Supreme Court.
Florida
(6 hours)
Hawai'i*
(5 hours)
Illinois
(5 hours)
Illinois
(5 hours)
Indiana
(5 hours)
Kansas
(6 hours)
Louisiana
(5 hours)
Minnesota
(5 hours)
Missouri
(6 hours)
Nevada**
(5 hours)
LawProse will send you a packet for your application to the State Bar of Nevada.
New Jersey
(6 hours)
New York
(6 hours Skills)
North Dakota**
(5 hours)
LawProse will send you a packet for your application to the State Bar Association of North Dakota.
Ohio
(5 hours)
Oklahoma
(6 hours)
Oregon**
(5 hours)
LawProse will send you a packet for your application to the Oregon State Bar.
Pennsylvania
(5.5 hours)
Tennessee
(5 hours)
Texas
(5.5 hours + 0.5 ethics)
Utah**
(5 hours)
LawProse will send you a packet for your application to the Utah State Bar.
Virginia
(5 hours)
Washington
(5 hours)

* Credit available under Approved-Jurisdiction Policy. You'll receive a packet for your self-reporting file.

** You'll receive a packet to use for your application to your accrediting organization.

If we don’t have CLE credit available for your state, you can still apply to your Bar for credit. At the end of the seminar, you’ll receive an email with:

  • seminar description with time agenda;
  • seminar brochure;
  • Professor Bryan A. Garner’s CV; and
  • LawProse Certificate of Completion.

You can take these attachments and use them to apply for credit with your state Bar.

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