LawProse Policy on CLE Credit
LawProse applies for accreditation in those states where we conduct live public LawProse seminars. Where state Bars require it, we submit attendees’ names as they are listed on the sign-in sheet on the day of the seminar. If you are seeking CLE credit for a state other than where that seminar is being held, please apply directly to the appropriate state Bar.
Fall 2020 Live Online Advanced Legal Writing & Editing Season:
It has already been approved for credits in Texas, New York, and California. Approval in several other states is pending. Please check with us for more information for your particular state.
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.
If you need credit in other states, you may take the certificate of attendance you’ll receive at the seminar and submit it to your state bar with its application, the course description from this page, and Professor Garner’s CV (inside the course book).