Every attorney that completes a course will receive a certificate of completion. The certificate will contain the information needed to report the course to a state(s) accrediting body.
Every certificate contains the following:
- Course title
- Time and date of completion
- Credit amount
- Credit type
- Course format
- State in which credit was earned
- Course ID (depending on the state)
- Space for bar number and attorney signature
- Lawline.com information
Some certificates will contain a course ID number. This is necessary for certain states that require a course ID number in order to report attendance. Course ID numbers for attendance reporting can also be found on your My Certificates page.
States with course ID numbers:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
The following states require attorneys to self-report their own attendance, or otherwise certify their own CLE compliance:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Dakota
For more information on how attendance is reported or how to certify compliance for your state, visit the CLE Requirements page.
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