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MCLE Requirements 20 credits per 2-year compliance period, including 2 credits in legal ethics. VT’s 2-year compliance period runs from July 1 to the second successive June 30.

Compliance Date: Attorneys must earn the required credit amount by the second June 30 of the compliance period.

Reporting Deadline: Following the end of the 2-year compliance period, attorneys must certify completion of the required MCLE credits by no later than July 2.
Delivery Format ALI CLE Accreditation Status
Live Courses Approved Provider
Live Webcasts Approved provider.
On-Demand (Online) Approved as self-study; a maximum of 10 credits per compliance period.
Telephone Seminars Approved provider.
Video Broadcast Replays Approved as self-study; a maximum of 10 credits per compliance period.
CD-ROM Approved as self-study; a maximum of 10 credits per compliance period.
Self Study A maximum of 10 credits per compliance program
In-House Programs Yes; must be open to 20% outside attendance; or taught by outside faculty and sponsored by accredited outside sponsor
CLE Board Contact Information Ms. Martha I. Hicks-Robinson
MCLE Board 111 State Street, Suite 9B Suite 2 Montpelier, VT 05609-0701
802-828-3281 802-828-6550
Special Notes Vermont Bar members may obtain a maximum of 10 credits (½ total required) per compliance period in self-study credit.

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.