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Eastern Boot Camp on Environmental Law®: CLE Policy

ELI will request pre-approval for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) accreditation from states depending on cost and Boot Camp participant requests received by September 30, 2019.

All participants will be provided with a Certificate of Attendance at the course, along with the information needed to report CLE credit in any state. ELI makes no guarantee that the course will be accredited by all states. ELI will have a representative at the course to assist you with your state CLE forms and to offer the required information about the course. To assist with accreditation, participants should fill out the question pertaining to CLE on the course registration form.

Information on the CLE accreditation of this year's Eastern Boot Camp is provided below.

Hours of Instruction for 2019 Boot Camp Course

Please continue to check this page for information about approved and pending applications for CLE. 

 

Eastern Boot Camp 2019 CLE Application Status by State (Last Updated: October 22)

  • Alabama: Pending approval
  • Georgia: Approved for 22 total hours (21 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Illinois: Approved for 22 total hours (21 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Indiana: Pending approval
  • Minnesota: Approved for 20.75 hours (19.75 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Mississippi: Approved for 18 total hours (17 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Missouri: Approved for 26.4 total hours (25.2 standard hours, 1.2 ethics hour
  • North Dakota: Approved for 22 total hours (21 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Ohio: Pending approval
  • Oregon: Approved for 22 total hours (21 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Pennsylvania: ELI is an accredited provider in Pennsylvania, and the course is therefore pre-approved.
  • Texas: Approved for 22 total hours (21 standard hours, 1 ethics hour)
  • Virginia: Pending approval
  • Vermont: ELI is an accredited provider in Vermont, and the course is therefore pre-approved.

 

Reciprocity: Members of the Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, West Virginia, and Wisconsin Bars may also claim CLE credit for attendance, as the course has been accredited by another mandatory CLE jurisdiction.

No MCLE: The Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, and South Dakota Bars currently do not have mandatory continuing legal education requirements.