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MCLE Requirements 30 credits per 2-year reporting period, including 3 credits in ethics and professional responsibility.
WI reporting period runs from January 1 to December 31 every 2 years.

Compliance Date: Attorneys must earn the required credit amount by the final December 31 of reporting period. (I.e., December 31 every 2 years.)

Reporting Deadline: At the end of the 2-year reporting period, attorneys must certify completion of the required MCLE credits by February 1. (I.e., February 1 every 2 years.)
Delivery Format ALI CLE Accreditation Status
Live Courses Approved Provider
Live Webcasts Approved Provider
On-Demand (Online) Approved Provider; a maximum of 10 credits per compliance period.
Wisconsin attorneys may not earn ethics credit for on-demand programs.
Telephone Seminars Approved Provider
Video Broadcast Replays Approved Provider
CD-ROM Format not approved by Wisconsin Board
Self Study Format not approved by Wisconsin Board
In-House Programs Yes
Reporting Attorneys should contact Ms. Tammy McMillen at the Board of Bar Examiners for assistance in claiming credits for ALI CLE courses not found on the BBE website. or 608/266-9760
CLE Board Contact Information Ms. Jacquelyn B. Rothstein
Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners
110 East Main Street, Suite 715
Madison, WI 53703-3328
608-266-1196 Fax
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.