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BREAKING NEWS: CLE Commission Files Petition to Amend Rule 21. Supreme
Setting Comment Period ending March 20, 2014. During
this previous year, the Commission has undertaken a systemic review of Rule 21
with an eye to suggesting various modifications designed to enhance and improve
the CLE program in this state. To that end, the Commission formed a committee…..
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Attorneys signing up to be Mentors can get dual CLE credit for
mentor training beginning May 2, 2013. CLE Credit for participation in a
mentoring plan will become available July 1, 2013. Attorneys can earn up to 6
hours per year of dual credit for participation as a mentor or mentee in a
program meeting standards established by the Commission. Click
here for all the information relating to the Mentoring Program