12 Connecticut MCLE Credits by Self-Study of these Email Delivery, Audio CDs, Audio Flash Drives or DVDs
Connecticut Self-Study MCLE Eligible Courses
Attention All Connecticut Attorneys!
• Connecticut attorneys must earn 12 MCLE Credits each
year (January 1-December 31), including 2 Credits in Ethics and Professionalism topics.
• Connecticut allows you to earn ALL(12) of your MCLE Credits,
including Ethics and Professionalism and General
credits, through participation in recorded audio/video self-study courses. You
are permitted two (2) carryover credits each year.
• PLEASENOTE: Connecticut MCLE Credits are based on a 60-MinuteHour (i.e., 1.0 CT MCLE credit is earned after
listening to or viewing a program for 60 minutes). Neighboring states New York
and Rhode Island CLE Credits are based on a 50-Minute Hour. Earned NY & RI CLE
Credits will need to be recomputed using a 60-Minute Hour when applied towards
the CT CLE requirement.
These Email Delivery, Audio CD, Audio Flash Drive, and DVD courses
meet Connecticut's Superior Court Rules Section 2-27A(b)(1) for
Connecticut MCLE credit.
• You will receive a Participation Log/Certificate of
Completion with each Email Delivery/Audio CD/Audio Flash Drive/DVD course, which must be completed and
retained in your records for seven (7) years.
You may track your participation in these courses through your online
Connecticut Bar Professional Development Journal.
Trending Developments In Legal Ethics (2.5 Ethics Credits) +
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: What Attorneys Need To Know (1 Ethics Credit) +
Accounting Fundamentals For Attorneys & Financial Statements: What Lawyers Should Know (3.4 General Credits) +
Americans With Disabilities Act ("ADA"): Trends And Cases & Family And Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"): Trends And Cases (2.4 General Credits) +
Bankruptcy For The Non-Bankruptcy Attorney (1.5 General Credits) +
Devastating Depositions (1.5 General Credits) +
Economic (Business) Torts (2.5 General Credits) +
Litigating Construction Accidents In New York State (3.3 General Credits) +
Sexual Harassment: Arbitration Clauses And More & Workplace And Whistleblower Retaliation: On The Rise (2 General Credits)