With everything you have on your plate,
fulfilling your Georgia CLE should be easy.
You are always looking for ways to grow your practice while mitigating risk. ALPS brings more than 30 years of claims experience to help law firms prevent claims before they occur. We understand that CLE in Georgia is a requirement, but ALPS is committed to providing substantive continuing legal education to help our policyholders and the Georgia legal community as a whole be more successful.
ALPS is proud to offer high-quality, accredited Georgia CLE with both live webinars and on-demand seminars on a number of relevant risk management topics, including many Ethics courses. ALPS policyholders can access any Georgia CLE at a discounted tuition.
The ALPS CLE library is embarking on a platform migration and our on-demand library is currently unavailable. It will be available again in early March.
Georgia MCLE Requirements
Credit hours required: 12 hours per reporting period
Specialty credits required: 1 hour of ethics credit; 1 hour of professionalism credit, per reporting period; 3 hours of trial practice credit for trial attorneys only
Length of reporting period: 1 year
Compliance date: December 31
Reporting date: March 31
Compliance group: All attorneys report annually.
Minutes per credit hour: 60 minutes. To calculate credit for a specific program, divide the total length of the program in minutes by 60 and round to the nearest one-tenth of an hour.
Attendance Reporting Procedure: Attorneys report/verify compliance by submitting an annual report to Georgia, which is sent to attorneys between December and January by the Georgia Commission. The ABA is responsible for submitting sign-in sheets for in-person programs and attendance confirmation forms for teleconferences/live webinars to report attorneys' attendance. Attorneys self-report and submit their certificates of attendance for archived online programs and products. The ABA does not report your participation for archived online programs and CLE products.
Georgia MCLE Requirements (from the American Bar Association website)