CLE Board Proposes Sweeping Changes to CLE Rules
Join us for a Zoom conversation with Peter Bolac, NC State Bar assistant executive director and director of the Board of Continuing Legal Education, as he provides an overview of key changes to the CLE Rules.
On March 12, 2022, the North Carolina State Bar’s Board of Continuing Legal Education (CLE Board) approved large-scale amendments to its rules following a multi-year review process. The CLE Board believes that these proposed changes will have the combined effect of providing more flexibility for lawyers, while also improving efficiency for the CLE program.
An executive summary was published in the Summer 2022 issue of the State Bar Journal by Peter Bolac which details the key changes. The full text of proposed rule changes follows this summary. Lawyers are encouraged to read both the summary and the full-text version of the proposed amendments.
Members are encouraged to participate to learn how these changes will impact your CLE reporting requirements. Feel free to share with others in your firm and/or set up a group viewing session.
DATE & TIME: July 13, 2022 at 8:30 a.m.
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