No, Lawline does not report your CLE credits to Missouri. All MO attorneys must complete their CLE requirements by their June 30th deadline, and then self-report their credits on the Annual Report of Compliance.
To report a Webcast completion, log on to the MOBar site and search for the course using the reporting number on your certificate of completion.
To report an On-Demand or Audio completion, add the total number of credit hours earned and report it as self study on your compliance report. Note, MOBar does not approve or review self-study courses and they cannot be found when searching the MOBar website. It is the opinion of Lawline that the On-Demand and Audio courses listed for Missouri credit on our site qualify for self-study credit.
For every course that you complete with Lawline, you will receive a certificate of completion. For Missouri, your certificate(s) of completion will contain the following:
- Course title
- Time and date of completion
- Credit amount
- Credit type
- Course format
- State in which credit was earned
- Space for bar number and attorney signature
- Lawline.com information
For more information on your Missouri CLE requirements, check out our CLE Requirements Page.
For a full list of states in which we do report, click here.
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