NCBJ manages CLE & CPE credit reporting for all ABI, AIRA, CLLA , FBA, and NCBJ programs at the conference. NCBJ will issue CLE (law) Certificates; AIRA will issue CPE (accounting) Certificates.
NCBJ submits applications and educational materials to each state that require CLE credits. NCBJ cannot predict when any specific state will approve or deny a program. We assume that the combination of all programs scheduled October 8 – 11, 2017 in Las Vegas will offer at least 17 CLE credits. Due to concurrent/overlapping programs, any individual is only likely to earn about 12 credits max.
ABA administers the CLEs for their programs at the NCBJ conference. All NCBJ attendees may “sit in” the ABA programs for no credit. However, you must pay the ABA “Materials and CLE” fee to receive access to the written materials and receive CLE credit for any ABA programs. This is an optional fee that may be paid to ABA as part of the NCBJ registration process.
Questions About This Or Past Year Credit?
- Contact Katie Koszyk at ABA with questions regarding credit for ABA programs
- Contact Rebecca Meekma at NCBJ with questions regarding CLE for non-ABA programs
- Contact Michele Michael at AIRA for questions regarding CPE credit for non-ABA programs
CLE: Eight states (California, Delaware, Maine, Missouri, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania) require that you sign in and out each day of the program. Sign-In/out sheets are in the NCBJ Registration room – Champagne 1 CPE: Daily Sign In is mandatory for all states. Sign-In/out sheets are in the NCBJ Registration room – Champagne 1 Post Conference CLE & CPE: Submit your attendance on the Affidavit of Attendance via NCBJ’s online system on this website by Wednesday, November 1, 2017, by 11:59 pm PT,
To Submit Your Attendance Data:
Click on to set up your account in the affidavit system. (This link will be live beginning on June 1, 2017)
Click on Report Attendance Here to report the program you attended. (This link will only be live October 8 – November 1, 2017 at 11:59 pm PT).
FIRST: You will be asked to “register” as an affidavit system user and create a PASSWORD that is used to access your records on the affidavit system. This is so only YOU have access to YOUR RECORDS.
After you register, you will receive a confirmation email that includes instructions on how to return to the system and modify your submission. You can return and modify as often as you choose to do so. SAVE THIS CONFIRMATON EMAIL AS YOU NEED THE DETAILED “HOW TO MODIFY” INSTRUCTIONS.
SECOND: Go thru the list of sessions with credit and select the programs you attended.
Note: 30 minutes minimum attendance is required to earn partial credit.
You may complete the entire Affidavit at one time, or you may enter partial data, modify later and finish at another time.
THIRD: After you have submitted your partial or complete Affidavit, you will get a submission receipt email that details the attendance you have submitted. . Please watch for that email from firstname.lastname@example.org within 24-hours of submission.
Review the submission prior to the November 1st 11:59 pm PT cutoff. Modify and make any changes needed before the database is locked at the cut off.
FOURTH: NCBJ submits reported attendance to each state. The states process on their own schedule and notify NCBJ when they have accepted their batch.
All CLE Certificates of Attendance will be emailed as each state acknowledges receipt of the submitted names. If you have applied for CLE in more than one state, watch for multiple emails with Certificates of Attendance state-by-state.
Beginning November 2, 2017
Beginning November 2, 2017
If an attendee fails to submit his or her Affidavit of Attendance online prior to November 1, 2017 at 11:59 pm, 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.
The states set their batch rules and the post program submission deadlines. If you miss the November 1st NCBJ submission deadline, it is not possible for NCBJ to make an exception.