The Attendance reporting period for NCBJ 2018 has closed
NCBJ manages CLE & CPE credit reporting for all ABI, AIRA, CLLA, NACBA, FBA and NCBJ programs at the conference. NCBJ will issue CLE Certificates; AIRA will issue CPE Certificates.
NCBJ submits applications and the written educational materials for credit approval to each of the states that require CLE credits. NCBJ has applied for credit approval, but cannot predict when any specific state will approve or deny a program. NCBJ assumes that the combination of all programs scheduled October 28 - 31 in San Antonio will offer at least 14 CLE credits. Due to concurrent/overlapping programs, any individual is likely to earn 10 to 11 credits max.
Where required, NCBJ has also applied for CLE credit specifically for the pre-recorded, non-live presentation of some sessions. Each state has its own rules regarding CLE credit for pre-recorded programs. Please check your state bar or state supreme court CLE website for their policies. NCBJ is not able to guarantee that each non-live program will qualify for CLE credit in your state(s) of licensure.
NCBJ live streaming plus NCBJ and affiliates video recorded programs are considered California “participatory” credits. Many states offer reciprocal credit for programs that meet the California Bar requirements. NCBJ’s educational programs offered by live streaming, or recorded and offered On Demand from the NCBJ Online Bankruptcy Learning system are treated by California as participatory educational credit due to NCBJ compliance with the requirements related to attendance record keeping, learner attention auditing and certificates of participation issued upon completion.
ABA administers CLEs for their programs. NCBJ attendees must be registered with ABA to get CLEs for ABA programs (a separate fee when registering for the conference) in order to receive CLEs through ABA. Contact Katie Koszyk at ABA directly with questions regarding their programs. Any NCBJ Registrant may attend ABA programs without earning credit or paying additional fees.
HOW TO REPORT YOUR ATTENDANCEAt Conference
CLE: Nine states (California, Delaware, Indiana, Maine, Missouri, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania) require that you sign in and out each day of the program. Sign-In sheets are at NCBJ Registration at the Marriott Rivercenter.
CPE: Daily Sign In is mandatory for all states. Sign-in sheets are at NCBJ Registration at the Marriott Rivercenter.
CLE & CPE: Submit your attendance via NCBJ’s online affidavit form by Thursday, November 15, 2018, 12 noon PT, Report Attendance HERE (This link will be online October 29 – November 15 only).
You will receive a submission confirmation email within 2 hours of submission from CleCpeReporting@ncbjmeeting.org – please whitelist this address prior to submitting if you have tough spam filters.
CLE: NCBJ will email CLE Certificates of Attendance as each state acknowledges receipt of the submitted names. If you have applied for CLE in more than one state, watch for multiple emails. NCBJ expects all Certificates to be emailed out by December 14.Watch for an email from NCBJCLE@ncbjmeeting.org – please whitelist this address.
CPE: AIRA will email CPE Certificates by December 14. Watch for an email from AIRA.
After November 15, 2018: If an attendee fails to submit his or her affidavit prior to November 15 he or she will be excluded from the NCBJ batch filings. Attendees not in the NCBJ group batch will be responsible for self-reporting and paying any fees due to their state.
CLE questions: Rebecca Meekma
CPE questions: Michele Michael
ABA questions: Katie Koszyk