PLEASE NOTE: The CLE accreditation system for AJEI has changed this year.
Due to the number of registrants from GA, IL, MN, PA, and TN, we have applied in these five states as well.
This year, AJEI has applied for CLE accreditation in CA, FL, GA, IL, IN, LA, MN, MO, NC, PA, TN, TX and VA. The following states do not require CLE: DC, MD, MA, MI and SD AND the following states have reciprocity with the states where CLE accreditation will be sought: AL, AZ, AK, CT, HI, ME, MT, NJ, NY, WI. Accordingly, this new approach will account for 28 states, representing the vast majority of paid registrants from recent Summits, including the last time the AJEI Summit was held in Washington, D.C. If there are a significant number of registrations from any of the states not listed above where accreditation is required and reciprocity is not available, we anticipate submitting an application to those state(s).
AJEI will be applying for CLE accreditation only and will not be filing credits for those who attend. AJEI will provide a CLE sign-in sheet at the Summit registration table. Within a few weeks after the Summit, an email will be sent to those who signed it providing a Uniform Application for Accreditation, with supporting materials, (for those states where accreditation was not sought) and a Certificate of Attendance for everyone. ALL attendees will be responsible for filing their CLE certification and any other required documents directly with the applicable state bar or accreditation entity.
California – Approved for 16.25 general credits and 4 ethic credits (Provider Number: 13145)
Florida – Approved for 25.5 general credits, 2.5 bias elimination credits, and 2.5 ethic credits; Certification credits: Appellate Practice, Civil Trial, Criminal Appellate Law, andCriminal Trial Law – 25.5 credits (Ref#1907295N)
Georgia – Approved for 16 general credits and 4 ethic credits (Ref#4847)
Illinois – Approved for 16.25 general credits and 4 professional responsibility credits (Course ID: 407828)
Indiana – Approved for 16.3 general credits and 1 ethic credit (Course #250734) – The “Ethical Challenges for the Appellate Lawyer” received the 1 ethic credit.
Louisiana – Approved for 16.25 general credits, 3 ethic credits, and 1 professionalism credit (Course #8663191114)
Minnesota – Pending Approval
Missouri – Approved for 19.5 general credits, 3.6 ethic credits, and 1.2 Elimination of Bias hours
North Carolina – Approved for 12.25 general credits, 4 ethics credits; satisfies technology requirement (Course #1)
Pennsylvania – Approved for 13 general credits, and 3 ethic credits (Course 311384)
Tennessee – Approved for 16.25 general credits (ID: 250906)
Texas – Approved for 16.25 general credits and 4 ethic credits (Course No. 174062390)
Virginia – Approved for 11.5 general credits and 2 hours ethic credits (NHH0098)