ALM has been certified by various CLE boards as an Accredited Provider of live continuing legal education programs.
ALM will apply for approval of seminars in states requiring continuing legal education, subject to the rules, regulations and restrictions dictated by those state organizations.
Q: How do I obtain my CLE credit?
A: You should pick up a CLE form onsite at the registration desk.
Q: Is there an additional charge for CLE credit?
A: No, ALM will cover the CLE fees for participants of the conference.
Q: Which states will CLE be offered in?
A: ALM will apply for CLE in multiple jurisdictions. Please contact our CLE department at firstname.lastname@example.org to get updated information on your jurisdiction(s)
Q: Can I receive credits in more than one state?
A: Yes you may receive credits in multiple states, however you should check with the CLE department at email@example.com to see if each of your states have been applied to for credits.
Q: Who reports the CLE credits to the CLE boards?
A: ALM reports to CLE credits to all states that the conference has been approved for and that are not Self reporting states. Once we report and or verify your credits you will receive a signed copy of the form in the mail.
Q: How long will it take before my CLE credits are approved?
A: If you submitted your form before you left the conference and we have pre-approval from your state it takes about 30 days for processing. However special arrangements can be made if you have an upcoming filing deadline if you speak directly with a staff member of our CLE Department.
For specific information about CLE, please contact:
Director of CLE & Accreditations