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Indiana

MCLE Requirements 36 credits per 3-year reporting period with a 6 credit minimum per year, including 3 ethics credits earned at any time during the reporting period.

Compliance Date: December 31 of 3-year reporting period.

Reporting Deadline: December 31 of 3-year reporting period.
 
Delivery Format ALI CLE Accreditation Status
Live Courses Approved Provider
Live Webcasts Approved Provider; Indiana Bar members may obtain a maximum of 6 credits per 3-year period in this format.
On-Demand (Online) Approved Provider; Indiana Bar members may obtain a maximum of 6 credits per 3-year period in this format.
Telephone Seminars Approved Provider; Indiana Bar members may obtain a maximum of 6 credits per 3-year period in this format.
Video Broadcast Replays Approved Provider
CD-ROM Format not approved by Indiana Commission
Self Study Format not approved by Indiana Commission
In-House Programs Yes; Indiana Bar members may obtain a maximum of 3 credits per compliance period in this format
Reporting ALI CLE submits attendance rosters to the Indiana Commissoin for CLE.
Hour Calculations 60-minute hours, rounded to the nearest 10th. No pervasive ethics.
 
CLE Board Contact Information Ms. Julia L. Orseske
Executive Director
Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education
115 W. Washington Street
South Tower 1065
Indianapolis, IN 46204-3417
317-232-1943
317-232-1442 Fax
jorzeske@courts.state.in.us
http://www.in.gov/judiciary/cle
 
Special Notes New admits to the Indiana Bar are required to attend a commission approved 6-hour professionalism course during first 3-year cycle.

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. Indiana Bar members may obtain a maximum of 6 credits per compliance period in non-traditional formats