New Jersey Mandatory CLE Rules & Regulations
Garden State CLE (New Jersey Continuing Legal Education Services, LLC) is an accredited provider of CLE credits in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. For an overview of mandatory CLE in NJ, visit the New Jersey CLE Board Homepage.
Below, you’ll find the seven must-view documents detailing New Jersey’s adoption of a mandatory continuing legal education program. All attorneys practicing in the state will be required to accumulate 24 credit hours over two years. The fifth document listed is the most crucial; the NJ Board of Continuing Legal Education’s Regulations (adopted by the Supreme Court of New Jersey on January 26, 2010).
Simply click on the name of the document to view it in PDF:
- CLE Regulations for New Attorneys – Bridging the Gap (NEW 12/6/10)
- New York State CLE Regulations (NEW 12/6/10)
- New York State Unified Court System – Continuing Legal Education, Approved Jurisdiction List and Policy
- Final Report of the Ad Hoc Committee of CLE
- Supreme Court Administrative Determination on Mandatory CLE
- Rule 1:42 – Mandatory Continuing Legal Education
- Award of Interim CLE Credits from January 1, 2009
- Regulations of CLE Board
Garden State CLE Internal Policies
Hardship Policy Exemption:
Within two weeks of any CLE event, any attorney may apply in writing for a reduced fee or complete fee waiver on the basis financial of hardship. Such fee reductions and waivers are to be liberally granted.
Garden State CLE will provide scholarships and reduced tuition to qualifying attorneys who are members of the bar in Washington State, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
If you miss a live event:
At your request, we will send you a DVD of the event along with all course materials or you may apply the tuition credit to another future CLE event.
If you register & cannot attend, please notify Garden State CLE in writing up to 24 hours before the program to be eligible for a refund (less $20 processing fee) or, use your payment as credit toward another purchase within the next year.