12 hours each calendar year, including 1 hour of which must be ethics or professionalism. A minimum of 6 hours must be live training (whether in person or via webinar).
Reporting Deadline: February 15.
25 hours every 3 years by January 31 of each 3 year reporting period; 12.5 hours of which must be "participatory" MCLE credits. Of the 25 hours, 4 must be in the area of ethics, 1 must be in the area of detection/prevention of substance abuse, and 1 must be in the area of elimination of bias in the legal profession.
Reporting Deadline: February 1.
12 hours per year, 1 hour of which must be in the area of legal ethics and 1 hour of which must be in the area of professionalism. A minimum of 6 hours must be attained through live and in-person training programs.
Reporting Deadline: January 31.
3 hours per calendar. Additionally, each lawyer is encouraged to complete 9 hours of voluntary continued legal education. Lawyer subject to random audit of CLE records.
Reporting Deadline: None specified in the Rules - Contact the Hawaii State Bar.
24 hours during the two-year reporting period ending on June 30 of 2011. Beginning with reporting period ending June 30 of 2012, 30 hours of CLE activity is required during the two-year reporting period, with 6 of those hours in the area of professionalism, diversity issues, mental illness and addiction issues, civility, or legal ethics.
Reporting Deadline: June 30.
15 hours per year. These hours must include 2 hours in the area of ethics every 2 years. A maximum of 6 hours may be obtained through computer-based education.
Reporting Deadline: March 1.
These states require lawyers to take mandatory or minimum continuing legal education courses in order to practice law within that particular jurisdiction.
This information is intended to serve as a guide only and should not be deemed to be comprehensive, nor used as a sole source of information. For further information on your state CLE requirements, contact your state bar association or the pertinent regulatory body.