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Mandatory CLE

Can I earn CLE credits for participating in an MCLE webcast?
Most jurisdictions that require attorneys to participate in continuing legal education currently allow some or all mandatory CLE credits to be earned online. In compliance with the mandatory CLE requirements of many jurisdictions, MCLE's live webcast programs include periodic attendance prompts and the opportunity to forward written questions to the faculty during the program. At the conclusion of the program, registrants are given the opportunity to fill out an evaluation form and receive a certificate of attendance (with verification of your responses to the timed attendance prompts). Note: to receive your certificate of attendance, you must submit your email address when prompted at the conclusion of the webcast. You will be emailed a link to your certificate; check your spam folder if you do not receive this email in your in-box. Whether you can get credit for watching a webcast program depends on your state's specific regulations. MCLE does regularly submit to Rhode Island and Maine. Although MCLE does not pursue state-based credit (outside of Rhode Island and Maine), our programs are regularly approved in many jurisdictions; it is the responsibility of the individual attorney interested in CLE credit to submit the information and certifications required under the respective state rule to the appropriate state authorities in the jurisdictions in which they seek credit. Contact MCLE's Customer Service team at or 1-800-966-6253 ext 7 with questions.