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Florida

MCLE Requirements 33 hours every 3 years, including five hours in legal ethics, professionalism, bias elimination, substance abuse or mental illness awareness; and including 3 credits in technology programs (effective 1/1/2017)

Reporting Deadline: Assigned month every 3-year reporting period. Compliance Date: The last date of the assigned 3-year reporting period.

For additional information regarding assigned reporting periods, please see the Frequently Asked Questions page of the FL Bar website.
 
Delivery Format ALI CLE Accreditation Status
Live Courses All courses are prequalified in Florida for CLE and Certification credits on a course-by-course basis.
Live Webcasts Approved
On-Demand (Online) Approved
Telephone Seminars Approved
Video Broadcast Replays Approved
CD-ROM Approved with accompanying written materials
Self Study Approved with accompanying audio/video
In-House Programs Approved
Reporting Attorneys report earned credits to the Florida Bar using Florida-assigned activity code at www.flabar.org
 
CLE Board Contact Information Ms. Jessica R. Malloy
Education Compliance and Accreditation Manager
Legal Specialization & Education
The Florida Bar
651 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2300
850-561-3180
859-561-5660 Fax
jmalloy@flabar.org
http://www.floridabar.org
 
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.