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North Carolina State CLE Bundles

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As a part of the ALM Media family, a premier creator and curator of legal content from magazines, webinars, and renowned events, our classes feature the most engaging content available for on-demand programs. We fulfill course curriculum with respected thought leaders across the spectrum of law who provide practical information to enhance your legal arsenal.

Why Choose ALM’s CLE Center for Your Credits

CLE Center is an accredited provider of the North Carolina State Bar, Continuing Legal Education. Our programs are built on a variety of topics tailored to multiple practice areas. We carefully and consistently curate CLE course curriculum from across the ALM Media family including Corporate Counsel, The American Lawyer,, and dozens of other media outlets and events such as Legal Week, and the Women, Influence Power & Law (WIPL) conferences to name a few.

What to Expect from Our North Carolina CLE Courses

CLE Center makes learning easy! Create an account then take the courses on your time and at your pace. Courses are given in easily digestible audio and video formats from our unique and respected sources. We report credits to the North Carolina State Bar on a weekly basis..

North Carolina Requirements

Professional Responsibility - 2 hours
Technology - 1 hours
Mental Health and Substance Abuse - 1 hours

North Carolina Reporting Date Rule

CLE Compliance Deadline: December 31st
Grace Period: February 28th
CLE Reporting Deadline: February 28th
Reporting Cycle: Every Year

North Carolina Compliance Date

December 31st
Every Year

North Carolina Credits Attorney Can Earn on

North Carolina attorneys may earn all twelve (12) CLE credits online at Of the twelve (12) credits, at least two must be devoted to Professional Responsibility or Professionalism, and one (1) hour devoted to Technology Training. Every three years, attorneys must complete one (1) hour devoted to Mental Health & Substance Abuse.

Reporting: will report all completed credits directly to the North Carolina State Bar within 30-day of completion. Please make sure you have updated your MCLE Profile to include your bar number so we can report the hours.

Carry Over Credit Rule: North Carolina Attorneys may carry over twelve (12) credits, two (2) of which can be Professional Responsibility, into the next reporting period. Mental Health & Substance Abuse and Technology Training credits cannot be carried over.

North Carolina Additional Information

North Carolina State Bar - CLE
(919) 733-0123