How do I report CLE credits in NY?

A] Please e-mail your questions or comments to [email protected] You may also contact us at (212) 428-2105, or toll free from outside of New York City at 1 (877) NYS-4CLE (697-4253).

How many CLE credits can you carry over in NY?

six
Yes. You may carry over up to six (6) excess CLE credit hours, in any category of credit, into your next biennial reporting cycle.

What happens if you don’t do cles?

An attorney who has not completed the required CLE credits in a given year will be given a notice with an opportunity to become compliant. If the attorney fails to satisfy the CLE requirement, the attorney faces administrative suspension.

Is the New York State Bar Association Mandatory?

The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) is a voluntary bar association for the state of New York.

Is New York a 50 minute CLE state?

New York CLE credit is based on a 50-minute hour and must be in . 5-hour increments.

What are the NYS CLE requirements?

Experienced New York attorneys must complete 24 CLE credit hours (including at least 4 in Ethics & Professionalism credits and at least 1 in Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias) every two years. The remaining 20 credit hours may be in any other CLE credit category.

What are the New York CLE requirements?

What does inactive bar status mean?

Attorneys are not subject to MCLE reporting requirements during any period of time that he or she is officially listed as “inactive” on State Bar records. Attorneys who are not practicing law and are otherwise eligible may file a form to transfer to inactive.

What is MCLE self study?

Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) is classified under different categories, participatory or self-study credit. The difference is generally whether you take a course in person or through electronic media with other participants, or if you study the material alone.

How do you qualify for the New York Bar?

To be eligible to sit the New York Bar Exam, a foreign lawyer must satisfy four eligibility tests:

  1. The candidate must have a qualifying degree in law.
  2. The law degree is from a law school accredited by the accrediting agency of the government of the country of origin.

What does the New York State Bar do?

The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) has been the voice of the legal profession in New York state for more than 140 years. Our mission is to shape the development of law, educate and inform the public, and respond to the demands of our diverse and ever changing legal profession.

Is Pennsylvania a 60 minute CLE state?

PENNSYLVANIA 60 MINUTE STATE All those seeking credits in Pennsylvania must complete the Pennsylvania CLE Request Form and turn it into the D.C. Bar at the end of the class.