Connecticut CLE Requirements
What are CT MCLE requirements?
UPDATED MCLE REQUIREMENTS IN RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS:
The Rules Committee of the Superior Court has suspended the MCLE requirement for the entire calendar year 2020. All CLE credits taken in 2020 shall apply in full towards the 2021 MCLE requirement, even if the amount exceeds the two hour carryover cap.
Connecticut attorneys are required to complete 12.00 credit hours every year. All credit hours can be earned using Live or Self-Study CLE activities.
What are CT MCLE specialty credit requirements?
Specialty credit hours may be taken as Live or Self-Study Format.
Ethics/Professionalism: 2.00 credit hours (required)
When is the CT MCLE compliance deadline?
How do I report my CT MCLE?
Attorneys are responsible for tracking and reporting their own CLE credits. A Verified Certificate of Completion will be sent to you. Please retain for your records.
You keep track of the courses and hours that you take each year, maintain records to prove compliance with the rule for seven years (see Practice Book §2-27A(d)), and certify on your annual registration form that you have complied with the rule or are exempted from compliance.
Attorneys are responsible for tracking and reporting their own CLE credits.
A Verified Certificate of Completion will be sent to you. Please retain for your records.
Self-study CLE credit is based on the reading or running time of the selected materials or program. Proof of compliance for self-study includes a contemporaneous log identifying and describing the course reviewed, the date and time the course was taken, and a copy of the syllabus or outline of the course materials. When applicable, a certificate from the course provider shall be sufficient for compliance.
What is allowed for Self-Study credit?
Maximum 12.00 credit hours.