CLE Instructions: Newman v. Moore Webinar

CLE is being offered for this event. Please follow the instructions below to ensure that you receive credit. 

Step 1: REGISTER for the event.

Step 2: ATTEND THE ONLINE EVENT using the Zoom link provided after registration. The Zoom Webinar platform will track your attendance.

Step 3: LOOK FOR AND WRITE DOWN THE UNIQUE WEBINAR CODE. At some point during the event, a slide will be shown on the screen alerting attendees that the webinar code has been provided in the chat box. WRITE THIS CODE DOWN as it must be provided at a later point to receive CLE credit for the event.

Step 4: PROVIDE THE UNIQUE WEBINAR CODE when filling out the certificate of attendance form.  A link to the form will be emailed to all attendees within three days of the event using the email address provided at registration.

If you do not receive this email or if you have any questions about the CLE application process or your status, please contact us at [email protected].

You may access CLE materials for the event here:

You can check the status of your state's approval here:
If you have any questions about the CLE application process or your status, please email us at [email protected].
Frequently Asked Questions
How many hours of CLE are available?
We are applying for 60 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?
We are seeking 60 minutes of ethics credit in the areas of equity, diversity, and inclusivity.  The CLE Accreditation Status Chart (above) notes the specific category approved by each state.
I don’t see my state listed on the Accreditation Status Chart.  Does this mean I won’t get credit for the event?
States that are not listed on the Accreditation Status Chart are either reciprocity states or states where approval from other states is considered acceptable for CLE credit.
Where are the CLE Materials?
CLE materials may be accessed via the link above.