Total credit hours: 30.00 credit hours every 3 years.
A minimum of 15.00 credit hours must be taken as live programs.
A maximum of 15.00 credit hours may be taken as self study programs.
Deadline to Complete CLEs: December 31
Reporting Deadline: February 1
Reporting Period: 3 years
In Idaho, active status attorneys must complete 30.00 CLE credits every 3 years to maintain good standing with the Idaho Bar.
Idaho attorneys must complete all 30.00 required credits by December 31 in their reporting year. Attorneys must report their credits by February 1 of the following year.
The compliance period is 3 years. Your first reporting period ends on December 31 of the third full year following the year you were admitted to the Idaho State Bar, and on December 31 of every third calendar year thereafter.
NBI will report attendance for live and self study courses.
Idaho attorneys must report their CLEs by submitting a Certificate of Compliance to the Idaho State Bar at the end of each 3-year reporting period.
You can check your attendance reporting online at the Idaho State Bar website.
No. CLE credits are only applied to the 3-year reporting period in which they are earned.
Attorneys in Idaho can earn a maximum of 15.00 CLE credits with self study courses.
NBI will verify course completion and report attendance to the Idaho State Bar.
Idaho attorneys must complete 3.00 CLE credits in ethics every 3 years.
No. In-program attendance verification is not required.
Within 1 year of admission to the Idaho State Bar, new attorneys must complete at least 10.00 New Attorney Credit-Approved (NAC-Approved) CLE credits. These credits count toward your 30.00 required CLE credits for your first reporting period.
Your first reporting period ends on December 31 of the third full calendar year following your admission to the Idaho State Bar.
Yes. New attorneys must complete at least 10.00 NAC-Approved CLE credits. These credits count toward your 30.00 required CLE credits for your first reporting period. These credits must address Idaho law on ethics, civil and criminal procedure, and community property. The Board of Commissioners of the Idaho State Bar must approve and administer the Accredited Activities that satisfy the Idaho substantive law requirements of this rule.
An attorney who has actively practiced law for less than 3 years prior to admission to the Idaho State Bar must also complete the New Attorney Program, which consists of an introduction to practice, procedure and ethics. These credits may count toward the 10.00 required NAC-Approved CLE credits. The New Attorney Program is only held in Boise in the spring and fall in the morning of the day of the admission ceremony for the bar examination applicants.
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