HOW A SPONSOR MAY APPLY FOR COURSE CREDIT
The easiest way to obtain CLE credit in Alabama is for a sponsor to request credit at least 30 days prior to presenting a program. For a course to be considered for CLE credit in Alabama, the sponsor should submit:
- An Application For Accreditation
This application should be completed and returned with all necessary attachments: Application for Accreditation
- An Agenda
for the course must include time, topics, speakers and speaker’s credentials. The agenda should also indicate when introductions, breaks and meals occur as such should not be included those times in the amount of time requested for credit.
- A $50 processing fee.
HOW AN INDIVIDUAL ATTORNEY MAY APPLY FOR COURSE CREDIT
If you ask the sponsor to submit the course for you, but the sponsor will not, you may submit the course by the same method for up to 30 days following a program. The processing fee is reduced to $25 if an individual has to submit the course.
No course submitted more than 60 days after the close of the program year (December 31) is to be considered for credit.
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For more information, please contact Continuing Legal Education at (334) 269-1515 or firstname.lastname@example.org