Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit
TheCapitol.Net (TCN) does not apply for Mandatory Continuing Legal
Education (MCLE or CLE) credit for any of its courses. However,
many attorneys have told us that they have received CLE credit for
attending our courses.
courses are approved for
CEUs from George Mason University.
Because each jurisdiction's MCLE requirements are different, you must
check with your state to determine if our training meets your state's
Because we do not seek CLE accreditation for any of our courses, if you
desire MCLE credit for any course sponsored by TCN, you need to do the
Contact your state's MCLE body (usually part of the state supreme
court or the state bar association) and get the form to request
accreditation for each TCN course you will be attending or have
already attended. (Many
states will accept the Uniform Certificate of Attendance -click here
- in rich text format .rtf .)
Fill out the form and send it back to your state bar. Usually, you
need to attach to the form a copy of the course agenda and faculty
biographies from each course. These are provided in the materials
you receive during the course.
Your state bar will process your paperwork and handle your request
for credits for each course.