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MCLE Requirements 12 credits per educational year including 2 credits in legal ethics; no more than 8 credits may be earned in a single day. (KS educational year runs from July 1 to successive June 30.)

Compliance Date: Attorneys must earn the required credit amount by June 30 (end of educational year).

Reporting Deadline: Attorneys must report attendance within 30 days after attending CLE program.
Delivery Format ALI CLE Accreditation Status
Live Courses Approved on a course-by-course basis
Live Webcasts Approved on a course-by-course basis
On-Demand (Online) On-demand courses are not accredited in Kansas
Telephone Seminars Approved on a course-by-course basis
Video Broadcast Replays Replays are not accredited in Kansas
CD-ROM CD or DVD-ROM courses are not accredited in Kansas
Self Study Format not approved by Kansas Commission
In-House Programs
Reporting Kansas attorneys report earned credits by affidavit (live) or attendance certificate (non-traditional)
Hour Calculations 50-minute hour
CLE Board Contact Information Ms. Shelly Sutton
Executive Director
Kansas CLE Commission
400 South Kansas Avenue
Suite 202
Topeka, KS 66603
Special Notes Kansas Bar members may obtain a maximum of 5 credits per compliance period in approved non-traditional formats.

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.