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Heather Holmes

If you're in search of free Texas CLE opportunities, look no further. The Harris County Robert W. Hainsworth Law Library has the resources you seek!

For starters, the State Bar of Texas has a good number of free, for-credit courses, along with several additional recordings that do not carry CLE credit but provide valuable information to support your law practice and keep you up-to-date with current topics in the law. A sample of the courses offered is listed below.

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The Texas Young Lawyers Association is providing another valuable resource for those seeking free CLE credit and an opportunity to improve communication with Spanish-speaking clients. Spanish for Lawyers CLE Course launched a few years ago, but the content is valuable and relevant. The program, which was produced at the Texas Bar CLE Studio, is comprised of 10 web-based classes which are 35-45 minutes each for a total of 9 hours of instruction. The course is approved for 5.25 hours of MCLE credit and includes beginner Spanish instruction focused on the use of legal vocabulary in various subject areas, including employment law, family law, civil law, criminal law, and immigration law. Class 6, which is focused on engagement and providing advice to Spanish-speaking clients, is eligible for 0.5 hours of ethics credit. In addition to the video instruction, each class is accompanied by a presentation, a pre-class vocabulary list, post-class homework, and an MP3 file for oral vocabulary practice.

For even more free CLE options, we suggest this newsletter: FreeCLETexas.substack.com, an outstanding resource. This substack, which is curated by Abdul Farukhi, an attorney in the Houston area, is intended for “lawyers looking to stay current on free accredited continuing legal education webinars and on-demand content.” Sign up for email alerts to receive content updates and information about networking opportunities in the legal community. (Mr. Faruki also maintains a Facebook page and a private Facebook Group called Free CLE for Texas Lawyers.)

The On Demand courses listed here are the work of Tom King, whose webpage, Texas Modern CLE by Mediator Tom King, offers 66 hours of free CLE credit. Webinars include access to the TexasModernCLE.net learning portal, along with companion toolkits and technology apps.

One final resource for free CLE opportunities can be found at 4freeCLE.blogspot.com. Search the State-by-State page for courses that carry content in the jurisdiction of your choice. This page is maintained by Randy Winn, an attorney in Washington state.

And as always, you can keep up with free CLE events from our Legal Tech Institute, including our popular Vendor Visits from Westlaw and Lexis representatives. Our Training and CLE Opportunities Calendar tracks even more events, both local and online, including live training sessions, on-demand webinars, and other opportunities to learn from and connect with the legal community.  

Sours: https://www.harriscountylawlibrary.org/ex-libris-juris/2021/8/27/free-cle-for-texas-lawyers

State Bar of Texas

Report Your MCLE Hours

  • It is the attorney’s responsibility to ensure that MCLE hours are accurately reported on time.

  • Report your hours by logging in to My Bar Page, scanning your QR Code, or submitting a coded “Credit Input Form.”

  • For more information on Reporting Your MCLE hours, click here.

MCLE Requirements and FAQs for Newly Licensed Attorneys

  • For more information on MCLE requirements for newly licensed attorneys, click here.

CLE Sponsors and Out-of-State Accreditation

  • Apply to sponsor an MCLE course here.

  • Attorneys may apply for out-of-state CLE credit by logging in to My Bar Page.

  • For more information on CLE Sponsors and Out-of-State Accreditation, click here.

Definition of MCLE Credit

  • Every active State Bar of Texas member must complete at least 15 hours of accredited CLE during each MCLE compliance year.

  • For more information on the definition of MCLE credit, click here.

Definition of Compliance Year

  • For attorneys licensed two or more years, the MCLE compliance year is a one-year period that begins on the first day of the attorney’s birth month. It ends one year later on the last day of the month that precedes the birth month.

  • For newly licensed attorneys, the initial MCLE compliance year is a 24-month period that begins on the first day of the attorney’s birth month after the date of license. It ends two years later on the last day of the month that immediately precedes the attorney’s birth month.

  • For attorneys 70 years or older, the MCLE requirements each year are the same as usual.

  • For more information about the definition of compliance year, click here.

MCLE Exemptions

  • To find out if you are exempt for MCLE hours for the compliance year, click here.

MCLE Course Search

  • To search for a course, click here.

MCLE Rules, Regulations, and Accreditation Standards

  • To find out more about MCLE rules and regulations, click here.

MCLE Military Waiver

Attorneys serving in the U.S. Armed Forces performing services in a combat zone—who will not practice law in Texas during this time period—are eligible for exemption from mandatory MCLE requirement.

If you are a member who is currently deployed to a combat zone, or if you will soon be deployed during the current MCLE compliance year, you may qualify for an exempt status.

For more information about the MCLE military waiver, click here.

Guardianship Ad Litem

For information on the process to become eligible to be appointed an attorney ad litem in Texas courts, click here.

MCLE Committee

  • The MCLE committee administers the MCLE program, formulates rules and restrictions, evaluates accreditations of CLE activities, and encourages the development of high quality programs.

  • For more information about the MCLE Committee, click here.

Contact Us

Please contact the MCLE Department with any additional questions.

Contact Information
Phone: (800) 204-2222, ext. 1806 or (512) 427-1806
Fax: (512) 427-4423
Email: [email protected]

Mailing Address
State Bar of Texas
MCLE Department
PO Box 13007
Austin, TX 78711-3007

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Texas CLE Requirements

What are TX MCLE requirements?

UPDATED MCLE REQUIREMENTS IN RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS: The State Bar of Texas MCLE Department has granted the following compliance deadline extensions for the 2021 reporting cycle: attorneys with a July 2021 compliance deadline have been granted an automatic 60-day extension with a final deadline of September 30, 2021.

Texas attorneys are required to complete 15.00 credit hours every year. Members must fulfill at least 12.00 hours of their CLE requirement with activities approved for Accredited CLE credit.

What are TX MCLE specialty credit requirements?

Legal Ethics and/or Professional Responsibility: 3.00 (required)
1.00 hour of this 3-hour requirement may be completed in the form of self-study credit.

When is the TX MCLE compliance deadline?

Each attorney's reporting period shall begin on the first day of the attorney's birth month, and shall end on the last day of the month preceding their birth month. They have their birth month as a grace period to complete required credits.

How do I report my TX MCLE?

NBI, Inc. reports your Accredited MCLE hours online to the State Bar of Texas.

Please retain the Verified Certificate of Completion for your records.

What are TX MCLE requirements for newly admitted attorneys?

An attorney's initial MCLE compliance year shall begin on the first day of the member's birth month that occurs after the licensing date and end twenty-four months later on the last day of the month immediately preceding the member's birth month.

What is allowed for Self-Study credit?

Maximum 3.00 hours.

Sours: https://www.nbi-sems.com/BrowseBy/StateRequirements/TX
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There is no easier, affordable and more convenient way to get your Texas Bar CLE courses done than with Attorney Credits. Whether you prefer to work online or offline, we have the Texas CLE bundles and courses that you need to remain compliant with the State Bar of Texas!

With CLE Your Way, you can complete your Texas attorney CLE in the manner that best suits your busy lifestyle. Complete Texas CLE online courses at home, in the office - or even while driving to work! If you want more freedom, you can download one of our MP3 or Video Download CLE courses and study offline. Attorney Credits also features MP3 Player and USB Stick compliance packages that come pre-loaded with 15 credit hours of pre-approved Texas attorney CLE. Your entire compliance package with one click of your mouse!

You may also choose from one-click Texas CLE Bundles, Build Your Own Bundle or buy Unlimited CLE and knock out two compliance periods! One-click Texas CLE Bundles feature 15 units of pre-approved Texas CLE and include 3 credit hours of mandatory legal ethics. With Attorney Credits Build Your Own Bundle option, you can purchase a CLE credit package and select your own courses from the Texas course list. And by selecting an Unlimited Texas CLE plan, you can take as many CLE courses as you want for 365 days from the date of purchase. The Unlimited CLE Credit plan is a great option if you want to complete two compliance cycles or you need to make up extra CLE units from past compliance periods. And of course, you can choose from individual Texas attorney CLE courses if you just need to pick up those last hard-to-get ethics credits. You can study your CLE courses on most computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets.

The State Bar of Texas MCLE Department regulates the Texas mandatory CLE program. Attorney Credits has been deemed an Accredited Continuing Legal Education Sponsor by the State Bar of Texas. All programs offered by Attorney Credits are approved by the State Bar of Texas and are therefore considered Accredited Texas Attorney CLE activities. Texas attorneys who fail to comply with the MCLE requirement, OR who fail to pay the Non-Compliance fee OR who are otherwise in Non-Compliance will be suspended from the practice of law. Each active member of the State Bar of Texas that has been licensed for two years must complete fifteen (15) CLE credit hours annually - three (3) hours must be in the area of Legal Ethics or Professionalism. Texas attorneys may fulfill all 15 CLE credits with Attorney Credits pre-approved Texas CLE courses. The Texas MCLE compliance year is a one-year period. The compliance period begins on the first day of the month you were born. The compliance period ends one year later on the last day of the month that precedes the month of your birth. Every Texas attorney has an automatic grace period to complete and report MCLE hours for that compliance year. This grace period runs until the end of the birth month. All Texas State Bar CLE must be completed and properly reported by the last day of your birth month in order to avoid a non-compliance penalty fee. Failing to report Texas Attorney CLE credit hours could result in non-compliance penalties between $100-$300.

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