MCLE OnlinePass® > Using Your Subscription
To access all features of the OnlinePass, log into your account by clicking "Sign in or Register" in the upper left-hand corner of this website. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
In the "Products + Services" drop-down menu, click "Upcoming Live Programs + Webcasts." Then refine your results by checking off "Live Webcast." Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
ou can conduct a keyword search by entering search terms into the search box and choosing a product category in the drop-down menu. For example, to find everything MCLE offers related to alimony, enter "alimony" in the search box and choose "Family Law" in the drop-down menu. If you only want to find out if we have any upcoming live webcasts related to alimony, check off both "Family Law" and "Live Webcasts" in the drop-down menu to further refine your search. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
On the search results screen, click the blue button that says "Save Search." You will be prompted to give the search a name, for example: "trust drafting research." Then click "Save Search" again. To access your saved search later, click "My Account" in the blue bar at the top of the screen. Then navigate to the "My Favorites" drop-down menu and choose "Saved Searches." Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
eBooks, eArticles, and eForms
If you know all or a portion of the book's title, simply enter it in the search box and check off "eBook" in the "Product Categories" drop-down menu. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
In the "Products + Services" drop-down menu, click "Print + eBooks." Then refine your search in the left-hand column of the search results screen by checking off a specific practice area, for example: criminal law. Alternatively, you can select a practice area in the Practice Portals drop-down menu. Then click the "Print + eBooks" tab once the practice portal page loads. To view the most recently published or updated books first, in the search results screen click "Program/Publication Date" to present the results in reverse chronological order. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
On the eBook's webpage, there are two blue buttons on the right-hand side. If you click "View Online" the book will open immediately in webpage format with a drop-down menu on the left displaying the book's various chapters and exhibits. If you click "Download" you will be directed to a download page. The download page offers three formats in which the eBook can be downloaded, along with information on how to choose the right download format for your particular eBook reader. When using the "View Online" option, you can save individual chapters or exhibits for later reading by clicking the Download, Email, or Print buttons when you have the chapter or exhibit open. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
Navigate to the live webcast's page on our website and click the blue "Register" button. You may register for a live webcast at any time, even after the webcast has already started. However, you are encouraged to register in advance and to join the webcast a few minutes early so that you can work out any technical difficulties before the substance of the program begins. Upon registering for a live webcast, you will receive an admission ticket via email that contains a link for direct access to the webcast on the scheduled date, as well as a link to the program materials. Note that MCLE offers real-time access to all program materials as they are submitted by the faculty, so if the webcast for which you have registered is on a future date, you can access the program materials in advance by clicking the link in your admission ticket email. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.
On Demand Webcasts
Navigate to the on demand webcast's page on our website and click the blue "View" button. The webcast will launch immediately in your internet browser. In addition to the webcast video, there will be a listing of available program materials that you can download. Click here for a quick tutorial on using the OnlinePass.