Are you a Work Comp Attorney or Paralegal who Needs CLE Credits?
Free CLEs - Introduction
Are you a Workers’ Compensation Attorney who needs CLE credits? If so, you have come to the right place! We have compiled a list of upcoming CLEs for Work Comp Attorneys and Paralegals. Use the calendar below to find the right CLE for you. You can use the dropdown options to change the State.
Upcoming Free CLEs
View upcoming CLEs in the calendar below. You can filter by State using the dropdown options.
Free CLEs - FAQs
What is a CLE?
CLE is an acronym for “Continued Legal Education”. Depending the state, Attorneys and Paralegals are required a certain number of CLEs per year to maintain their license.
How can CLEs be free?
Sometimes CLEs are sponsored by certain organizations, which means that they cover the cost of CLE credentialing and running the event. This enables the CLEs to be offered at no cost to the Attorneys and Paralegals who attend.
Who runs the CLEs?
The CLEs listed are all offered by third party organizations. Workers-Compensation-Doctors.com compiles the list into one place (one calendar), so that it is easier for Work Comp Attorneys and Paralegals to find the CLEs which are most relevant to them.
CLE Requirements per State
The below table offers information about CLE requirements for attorneys and paralegals for each state.
|ALABAMA||12 hours||1 year|
|ALASKA||3 hours||1 year|
|ARIZONA||15 hours||1 year|
|ARKANSAS||12 hours||1 year|
|CALIFORNIA||25 hours||3 years|
|COLORADO||45 hours||3 years|
|CONNECTICUT||12 hours||1 year|
|DELAWARE||24 hours||2 years|
|FLORIDA||33 hours||3 years|
|GEORGIA||12 hours||1 year|
|HAWAII||3 hours||1 year|
|IDAHO||30 hours||3 years|
|ILLINOIS||30 hours||2 years|
|INDIANA||36 hours||3 years|
|IOWA||15 hours||1 year|
|KANSAS||12 hours||1 year|
|KENTUCKY||12 hours||1 year|
|LOUISIANA||12.5 hours||1 year|
|MAINE||11 hours||1 year|
|MINNESOTA||45 hours||3 years|
|MISSISSIPPI||12 hours||1 year|
|MISSOURI||15 hours||1 year|
|MONTANA||15 hours||1 year|
|NEBRASKA||10 hours||1 year|
|NEVADA||12 hours||1 year|
|NEW HAMPSHIRE||12 hours||1 year|
|NEW JERSEY||24 hours||2 years|
|NEW MEXICO||12 hours||1 year|
|NEW YORK||24 hours||2 years|
|NORTH CAROLINA||12 hours||2 years|
|NORTH DAKOTA||45 hours||3 years|
|OHIO||24 hours||2 years|
|OKLAHOMA||12 hours||1 year|
|OREGON||45 hours||3 years|
|PENNSYLVANIA||12 hours||1 year|
|RHODE ISLAND||10 hours||1 year|
|SOUTH CAROLINA||14 hours||1 year|
|SOUTH DAKOTA||No requirements.||N/A|
|TENNESSEE||15 hours||1 year|
|TEXAS||15 hours||1 year|
|UTAH||24 hours||2 years|
|VERMONT||20 hours||2 years|
|VIRGINIA||12 hours||1 year|
|WASHINGTON||45 hours||3 years|
|WEST VIRGINIA||24 hours||2 years|
|WISCONSIN||30 hours||2 years|
|WYOMING||15 hours||1 year|