The Idaho State Bar keeps records of Idaho attorneys’ completion of courses approved for CLE credit in Idaho. Search our attendance records HERE.
What if my attendance records are not correct?
If your records are incomplete or incorrect, inform the MCLE Department by email or by phone at (208) 334-4500.
What is the limit on self-study programs?
You may earn up to 15 credits through self-study during your reporting period. Self-study credits can be earned through online courses. The Idaho State Bar and Idaho Law Foundation offer Online CLE Courses that have been approved for credit in Idaho.
What credits can I receive for publishing legal writing?
Published legal writing authored by attorneys may qualify for CLE credit if the writing contributes to the attorney’s legal education; is intended for an attorney audience; and is an original writing that is published, in print or electronically, in a professional legal journal or publication. The published writing must be at least 1,000 words and one credit may be granted per 1,000 words. A maximum of 6 writing credits can be used per reporting period. For more information, visit our Published Legal Writing Credit page.
What if I taught a CLE?
If you taught a CLE course, you may receive 3 CLE credits for each hour taught. Submit a Teaching Credit Application along with a complete course schedule showing the portion(s) you taught.