2024 Annual Western Chapters Conference CLE Instructions

 CLE credit for this event is being offered for Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Washington as well as New Mexico, Oregon, and Wyoming (pending attendance).

Please see the FAQs at the end of this page if you are interested in obtaining credit for other CLE jurisdictions.

Please follow the instructions below to ensure that you receive credit.

Step 1: REGISTER for the event.  Registration is $100 for members, $150 for nonmembers, and $50 for students.

Step 2: ATTEND IN PERSON.

Step 3: SIGN IN electronically upon arrival using the QR code which is available on the program and fill in your information. This must be done as you arrive, as a digital timestamp is required.

Step 4: SIGN OUT at the end of the day using the same QR code, as a digital timestamp is required. Several states require that attendees sign out.

Within 3 days of the event, The Federalist Society’s CLE Administrator will email links for the Certificate of Attendance (COA) form and evaluation form only to paid registrants who have signed in for the event using the electronic sign-in sheet. If you do not receive this email, please contact us at cle@fedsoc.org.

IF THESE STEPS ARE NOT FOLLOWED, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RECEIVE CLE CREDIT FOR THIS EVENT.

You may access CLE materials for the event here:


You can check on the status of your state’s approval here:


If you have any questions about the CLE process or your status, please email us at cle@fedsoc.org.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many hours of CLE credit are available?
We are applying for 270 minutes of CLE credit for the event.  Check the CLE Accreditation Status Chart (above) to determine approved credit hours by state.

Does this conference qualify for ethics credit?
No, we are not seeking ethics credit for any of the panels at this conference.

Where are the CLE Materials?
CLE materials may be accessed via the link above.

How do I get CLE credit for a state that’s not listed on the CLE Accreditation Status Chart? 
Check with your state to see if they offer reciprocity for CLE events approved by another MCLE jurisdiction.  In addition, some states allow individual attorneys to directly apply for CLE credit for attending out-of-state events.