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.

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Upcoming Free CLEs

View upcoming CLEs in the calendar below. You can filter by State using the dropdown options.

Avoiding Pitfalls that Can Lead to Disciplinary Action (1hr) @ Webinar
Dec 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Avoiding Pitfalls that Can Lead to Disciplinary Action (1hr) @ Webinar

Avoiding Pitfalls that Can Lead to Disciplinary Action
December 11, 2019

Lawyers are human, and like everyone else, they sometimes make mistakes when representing clients. In some cases, the mistakes are small and easily fixable, and other times the mistakes are serious and can lead to discipline, including losing the right to practice law. Join William McCaffery, J.D., Partner of L’Abbate, Balkan, Colavita & Contini, L.L.P.located in New York and Erin McCartney, J.D. Risk Management Lead at Attorney Protective, as they discuss common ethics violations that can lead to disciplinary complaints. This course will focus on ethical traps, and provide best practice tips on how to avoid a disciplinary action. The webinar will also include a review of applicable ethics rules and discuss what actions to consider should a disciplinary matter arise.

Attorney Protective is an Approved Multiple Activity Provider in CA and NJ and this webinar will qualify for 1.2 CLE (ethics/professionalism) in NJ, and 1 CLE (legal ethics) in CA. Attorney Protective is an Accredited Provider in PA and this webinar will qualify for 1 CLE (ethics) in PA. NY attorneys may apply this course toward 1 CLE credit in accordance with the NY approved jurisdiction policy. CLE credit has been applied for and pending approval for 1 CLE (ethics) credit in most states. Please check back here to view updates regarding CLE credit approval.

Date: December 11, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM-1:00 Central Time, 1:00 PM-2:00 Eastern Time and 10:00 AM-11:00 Pacific Time
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For information on your state’s CLE requirements, please visit your state bar’s website.

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. 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.


StateCLEs RequiredTimeframe
ALABAMA12 hours1 year
ALASKA3 hours1 year
ARIZONA15 hours1 year
ARKANSAS12 hours1 year
CALIFORNIA25 hours3 years
COLORADO45 hours3 years
CONNECTICUT12 hours1 year
DCNo requirements N/A
DELAWARE24 hours2 years
FLORIDA33 hours3 years
GEORGIA12 hours1 year
HAWAII3 hours1 year
IDAHO30 hours3 years
ILLINOIS30 hours2 years
INDIANA36 hours3 years
IOWA15 hours1 year
KANSAS12 hours1 year
KENTUCKY12 hours1 year
LOUISIANA12.5 hours1 year
MAINE11 hours1 year
MARYLANDNo requirements.N/A
MASSACHUSETTSNo requirements.N/A
MICHIGANNo requirements.N/A
MINNESOTA45 hours3 years
MISSISSIPPI12 hours1 year
MISSOURI15 hours1 year
MONTANA15 hours1 year
NEBRASKA10 hours1 year
NEVADA12 hours1 year
NEW HAMPSHIRE12 hours1 year
NEW JERSEY24 hours2 years
NEW MEXICO12 hours1 year
NEW YORK24 hours2 years
NORTH CAROLINA12 hours2 years
NORTH DAKOTA45 hours3 years
OHIO24 hours2 years
OKLAHOMA12 hours1 year
OREGON45 hours3 years
PENNSYLVANIA12 hours1 year
RHODE ISLAND10 hours1 year
SOUTH CAROLINA14 hours1 year
SOUTH DAKOTANo requirements.N/A
TENNESSEE15 hours1 year
TEXAS15 hours1 year
UTAH24 hours2 years
VERMONT20 hours2 years
VIRGINIA12 hours1 year
WASHINGTON45 hours3 years
WEST VIRGINIA24 hours2 years
WISCONSIN30 hours 2 years
WYOMING15 hours1 year