The purpose of continuing legal education (CLE) is to maintain or strengthen knowledge and skills in a particular area. Some courses examine new areas of the law while others review basic practice and principles.

Programs for continuing legal education are sponsored by a variety of groups, including bar associations, schools, law firms, paralegals associations and employers. While continuing legal education is mandatory for attorneys in most states, there is no mandatory CLE requirement for paralegals in Pennsylvania at this time. However, CLE plays a vital role in the growth of paralegals on both a personal and professional level.

WHY IS CLE IMPORTANT?

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