North Carolina attorneys can now earn half of their annual North Carolina CLE requirements through online courses. North Carolina recently amended their CLE Rules to now allow 6 credit hours of computer-based CLE courses. The NC CLE rules previously allowed only 4 online credit hours each year.
An online course is considered an educational seminar that is available on a CLE provider’s website that is accessed via the Internet. Under the North Carolina CLE rules CD-ROM or online CLE courses are considered computer based-CLE. For questions relating to this rule change, please contact the North Carolina State Bar.
North Carolina Rule Change
“.1604 (e) Computer-Based CLE. Effective January 1, 2014, a member may receive up to six hours of credit annually for participation in a course on CD-ROM or on-line. A CD-ROM course is an educational seminar on a compact disk that is accessed through the CD-ROM drive of the user’s personal computer. An on-line course is an educational seminar available on a provider’s website reached via the Internet.”
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