No, Newly Admitted Attorneys in Ohio cannot completed their requirement with Lawline.
Ohio Newly Admitted Attorneys must complete 12 hours of New Lawyers Training (NLT) courses that have been approved by the Ohio CLE Commission and specifically designated as meeting the NLT requirement for Newly Admitted Attorneys. Lawline does not offer NLT programs at this time, but attorneys can find all NLT-approved courses here.
Alternatively, Newly Admitted Attorneys can also participate in the "Lawyer to Lawyer" Mentoring Program organized by the Supreme Court of Ohio. Participation in this program would grant attorneys 9 hours of general credit; Newly Admitted Attorneys who opt to participate in the Mentoring program must still complete 1 hour of professional conduct, 1 hour of law office management and 1 hour of client fund management.
For more information on the Ohio CLE requirements, click here.
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