NCBJ, ABI, AIRA and CLLA
NCBJ coordinates CLE applications and reporting for educational sessions produced by NCBJ, AIRA, ABI and CLLA. Session CLE approval will be applied for in a timely manner to the states of NCBJ registrants. A CLE Certificate of Attendance will be supplied via email for credit approved sessions, which varies by state. Your NCBJ registration fee includes CLE fees, if processed in the NCBJ batch for your state. Your NCBJ registration fee includes CLE fees, if processed in the NCBJ batch for your state.
NCBJ will seek 12.50 hours of CLE credit in 60-minute states, and 15.0 hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states including 2.25 hours of Ethics credit in 60-minute states and 2.70 hours of Ethics credit in 50-minute states. For the Pre-Conference Trial Skills Workshop: NCBJ will seek 6.25 hours of CLE credit in 60-minute states, and 7.50 hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.
To Receive CLE Credits You Should:
- Scan the QR code on the front of your NCBJ badge IN AND OUT of each session they attend.
- Keep an eye out for their "NCBJ Attendance Email" from mcle-NCBJ@americanbar.org in the week after the conference. This email will include a personalized “report your attendance here” link. Report your attendance via this link by Thursday, November 17.
- Please allow up to two months post-conference for receipt of your certificate(s).
NCBJ is applying for CLEs for the following programs:
Other than ticketed, add-on cost breakfast/luncheons and “by invitation/applications” programs, admission to NCBJ, AIRA, ABI, ABA and CLLA organizations’ educational sessions (not meals) is by your NCBJ badge and included in NCBJ conference registration.
Questions? Email NCBJ.
ABA manages CLE reporting for the ABA-produced educational sessions. You must select “ABA Registration” when registering for the NCBJ Conference to receive ABA CLEs. If you have questions regarding ABA, contact Rachelle Meo. Everyone is invited and welcome to attend ABA-produced CLE sessions, but CLE credit is only available to those who have paid the separate ABA registration fee.
ACB and IWIRC CLE
IWIRC and ACB sessions are co-located with NCBJ conference and held on Tuesday and Wednesday pre-NCBJ conference. Separate attendee registration through IWIRC and ACB are required for their education and social activities. All aspects of CLE credit (applications, attendance capture, reporting and certificates) for the own programs are handled by IWIRC and ACB. The NCBJ attendee badge does not include admission to the IWIRC and ACB sessions.