Certification & CLE Credit

CLE Credit Approved

A 3 day conference, ongoing Elder Law education, growth management guidance and CLE credit... all in one.

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT OUR CLE PROGRAM

All courses provided by the Elder Law College are CLE accredited by the state in which the course is held.

It is your responsibility to apply for CLE credit in the state(s) in which you practice law. Typically, 17-28 CLE credit hours including ethics, depending on state.

Most, if not all State Bars will, however, accept CLE credits approved by another state.

You may be wondering why ELC does not apply for CLE credit for all of its courses in all 50 states. First, it is cost prohibitive (due to the staff time and fees associated with applying for approved provider status), and second, many State Bars will not certify a course that is held in another state.

Before you register for a course, we suggest that you check with your State Bar(s) on their reporting requirements.

COURSE MATERIALS

Course material for all CLE courses sponsored by the Elder Law College will be provided at the course.

EARN CLE CREDIT

All courses provided by the Elder Law College are CLE accredited by the state in which the course is held. It is the responsibility of the student to apply for CLE credit in the state(s) in which they practice law. Most, if not all State Bars will, however, accept CLE credits approved by another state

Principal and Lead Instructor Scott Solkoff is a member of the above assocations.

 

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