Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)
Every active State Bar of Texas member must complete a minimum of 15 hours of accredited CLE during each MCLE compliance year (read definition below).
Our MCLE department is responsible for ensuring that our members are in compliance with yearly MCLE requirements.
Failure to report CLE credit hours could result in a non-compliance penalty ranging from $100 to $300.
Learn about your annual verification report and how to report your hours.
Sponsor information and attorney out-of-state CLE course accreditation.
Read detailed information to help you determine your MCLE hours.
Find out what the compliance year means for attorneys licensed 3 or more years and for newly licensed attorneys, 1-3 years.
Full details about which categories are exempt from the 15-hour mandatory MCLE requirement.
Find upcoming MCLE accredited activities or verify course numbers.
Information regarding MCLE Rules, Regulations, and Accreditation Standards..
Find out if you are eligible for exemption from the mandatory MCLE requirement.
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