Tennessee CLE REQUIREMENTS
Whether you're an experienced or newly admitted Tennessee attorney, here's what you need to be in the know about the Tennessee CLE rules and how to get your continuing legal education requirements fulfilled with a Knowledge Group CLE Bundle.Tennessee COMPLIANCE BUNDLE
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MCLE Requirements: All attorneys admitted to practice in Tennessee shall complete fifteen (15) credit hours of continuing legal education including at least three (3) credit hours of Ethics/Professionalism (or Dual hours).
Compliance Deadline: December 31
Reporting Deadline: March 1
Compliance Cycle: Annual
Approval of Programs: The Knowledge Group does not automatically submit CLE application for all our programs in Tennessee. Attendees seeking approved credits should send an email to [email protected] for more information.
Program Format: The Knowledge Group webcasts qualify as “distance learning courses” in Tennessee. Attorneys are limited to eight (8) credits of distance learning programs per compliance period. View our list of LIVE Webcasts and Recorded Webcasts.
Attendance Reporting Procedure: The Knowledge Group submits attendance report for approved courses to Tennessee Commission on CLE and Specialization.
For Newly Admitted Attorneys: Tennessee attorneys who passed the February Bar Exam and who sworn in prior to September 1 will be awarded with the required fifteen (15) hours of CLE credit to fulfill that CLE obligation. Tennessee attorneys who passed the July Bar Exam will receive the fifteen (15) hours of CLE credit the year following the passage of the bar exam regardless of when they are sworn in.
For more information, contact Tennessee Commission on CLE and Specialization at:
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