LawProse Policy on CLE Credit
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LawProse web seminars are approved for CLE credit in most states where allowed. A few states don’t yet approve web seminars. Please check with your state bar to see whether web seminars qualify.
We are an accredited CLE provider in California, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Missouri, New York (hybrid accreditation), and Texas. As an accredited provider, we will report attendance in Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Please check with your state bar for its rules on CLE credits for self-study programs. Attorneys seeking Pennsylvania credit are not required to pass the tests within each program. Missouri limits self-paced CLE credits to six per year.
Discounts & Watching as a Group
Discounts are available for groups simultaneously viewing a self-paced online seminar using one computer connection. For many of our courses, if one participant pays the full list price, each additional registrant pays just $50—again, if all registrants view on one screen together. But with three of our courses—The Winning Brief (3d ed.), Ten Steps to Better Judicial Writing, and Legal Writing in Plain English—each additional registrants pays $99 per session for simultaneous viewing. You can register your group by calling LawProse at 214-691-8588 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the list price is for the purchase of an individual license for a single viewing by a single viewer. You may purchase additional discounted additional-viewer licenses on our e-learning site or contacting us at 214-691-8588. We ask for your cooperation in protecting our intellectual-property rights. We’re happy to help direct you to any particular course topic you’re looking for, to discuss group pricing, and to answer any other questions you may have.