The Association may adopt other incentives to encourage compliance with the VCLE recommendations.MCLEZ Provides all 3 MECLE and 9 VCLE credit hours Alaska Bar members may claim credit for attendance at CLE programs offered by MCLEZ in accordance with Alaska Bar Rule 65(g).In addition to the 3 hours of ethics, you are encouraged, but not required, to complete 9 additional hours of CLE each year.
To request our scholarship policy and procedures e-mail [email protected] of credit in excess of the minimum annual requirement may be carried forward and applied to succeeding calendar years requirement only; however such hours must be reported on the annual report of compliance for the year in which they were completed and must be designated as hours to be carried forward. If you have trouble with your log-in information, please e-mail membership services at [email protected] CLE- MCLEZ is a computer-based or on-line CLE program where the order of presentation or the content of the course material is dependent on the members response and the member has an opportunity to respond to prompts initiated by the faculty or placed within the course material.The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement for any CLE providers.If the member has completed fewer than nine hours of VCLE, the member must also estimate and report the estimated number of VCLE hours completed.
A member shall maintain records of approved MECLE hours for the two most recent reporting periods, and these records shall be subject to audit by the Association on request.
As an alternative to filing a written certificate, the board may allow certification to be filed electronically in a method and form as approved by the board.
The affidavit will be considered timely received if the envelope in which it is mailed is postmarked on or before September 15, or if the affidavit is date-stamped received by State Bar personnel on or before the close of business September 15.
All 25 credits, including the specialty credits, may be earned online at MCLEZ.
MCLEZ's on-demand programs and live Webcasts both qualify for participatory credit in California.
On or before January 31 of each year, each attorney admitted to practice in the state shall make a written report to the Commission, in such form as the Commission shall prescribe, concerning his or her completion of accredited legal education during the previous calendar year. MCLEZ will post attendance within 30 days following a program, however, if you notice that a course has not been posted within that time-frame, notify us as soon as possible so that we can correct your transcript.