No, newly admitted attorneys in Vermont cannot complete their full requirement on Lawline.
While all attorneys in Vermont can complete the required 24 CLE credits, including at least 2 in Ethics credits, 1 in Attorney Wellness, and 1 in Diversity and Inclusion every 2 years with Lawline, newly admitted attorneys must also complete at least 15 CLE credits on Vermont practice and procedure, including at least 6 live programs, in courses approved by the Board of Continuing Legal Education and certified by the Board of Bar Examiners. Lawline does not currently offer such courses, but the Vermont Judiciary has a list of programs that are approved to satisfy the Newly Admitted requirement.
Newly Admitted Attorneys who were admitted by Bar Exam or Transferred UBE Score must also complete a 40 hour Mentorship Program, which cannot be done with Lawline CLE programs.
For more information on the Vermont CLE requirements, click here.
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