Continuing Legal Education Accreditations

The states listed below have given CLE (Continuing Legal Education) credit for our legislative and/or executive agency lobbying seminars. An * beside a state's name indicates that the state approved the two seminars as a single course. If you do not see your state listed, you may wish to contact your respective state's bar association. For more information you may also consult:

We can apply for accreditation when requested by seminar registrants.

State Course Number Credits
California --- 6.75 total
including 0 ethics

Colorado* --- 9.5 total
including 0.5 ethics

Florida* 78833 12.5 total
including 0.5 ethics

Georgia --- 6.5 total
including 0 ethics

Iowa Activity ID: 13024 6.75 total
including 0 ethics

Maine* --- 10.5 total
including 0.5 ethics

Mississippi --- 6.0 total
including 0 ethics

Missouri --- 8.0 total
including 0.4 prof.

Nevada 289a var Legis 7.0 total
including 0.5 ethics
Reg 3.5 total

North Carolina* Sponsor No: 3425
Course No: 1
10.5 total
including 0.5 ethics

Vermont* 10.5 total
including 0.5 ethics

Virginia* R00026 10.5 total
including 0 ethics

Washington* 80858 9.25 total
including 0.25 ethics

Wisconsin --- 8.0 total
including 0 ethics

* = CLEs awarded for attending both days

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