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Alabama

MCLE Requirements 12 credits per calendar year including 1 credit in legal ethics or professionalism.

Compliance Date: Attorneys must earn the required credit amount by December 31 of reporting year.

Reporting Deadline: On or before January 31, attorneys must certify completion of the required MCLE credits for the preceding year.
 
Delivery Format ALI CLE Accreditation Status
Live Courses Approved Provider
Live Webcasts Approved Provider
On-Demand (Online) Approved Provider; Alabama Bar members are limited to 6 credits per compliance period in this format
Telephone Seminars Approved Provider
Video Broadcast Replays Approved Provider
CD-ROM Format not approved by the Alabama State Bar
Self Study Format not approved by the Alabama State Bar
In-House Programs Yes; must have 50% instruction by outside faculty
Reporting ALI CLE reports earned credits to the Alabama State Bar via their website.
Hour Calculations 60-minutes = 1 credit; no introductions, keynote speakers, or luncheon speakers; Q&A sessions limited to 15 minutes per day
 
CLE Board Contact Information Alabama State Bar
415 Dexter Ave.
PO Box 671
Montgomery, AL 36101
334-269-1515 ext. 2122
334-261-6310 Fax
cle@alabar.org
website
 
Special Notes Attorneys seeking information not provided on this page in regard to state regulations and limitations for alternative delivery formats should contact the state’s accreditation organization.