Our continuing legal education course content is fully approved by Virginia’s state MCLE board. 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
Our classes are built on a variety of topics tailored to multiple practice areas and approved by the Virginia MCLE board. We carefully and consistently curate CLE course curriculum from across the ALM Media family including Corporate Counsel, The American Lawyer, Law.com, and dozens of other media outlets and events such as Legal Week, and the Women, Influence Power & Law (WIPL) conferences to name a few. We make learning simple and easy with online, on-demand courses to fit your busy schedule.
What to Expect from Our Virginia 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. In Virginia, there is no test, just complete the curriculum and receive a certificate with the course numbers. We cannot report the credits for you as the state of Virginia requires their attorneys to self-report their MCLE credits.
General - 10 hours
Ethics - 2 hours
CLE Compliance Deadline: October 31st
CLE Reporting Deadline: December 15th at 4:45 PM EST
Reporting Cycle: Every Year
Virginia attorneys may earn 8 of 12 CLE credits online at CLECenter.com, including two (2) hours required in Ethics.
Reporting: Virginia attorneys must certify their compliance on their Virginia Member Portal using the ID numbers provided on their course certificates. Failure to complete the required hours by October 31st will result in a $100 non-compliance fee. Failure to certify the required CLE hours by December 15th will result in a $100 late filing fee.
Carry Over Credit Rule: Virginia attorneys can carry over twelve (12) credits, including two (2) hours required in Ethics, into the next reporting period.
Virginia State Bar