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Vermont MCLE Requirements
VT CLE credit hours required: 20 hours per reporting period
Specialty credits required: 2 hours of legal ethics credit per reporting period
Length of reporting period: 2 years
Compliance date: June 30
Reporting date: July 1
Compliance group: All attorneys report every 2 years. Newly admitted attorneys are required to report on July 1 of the second full year following the year of admission and biennially thereafter.
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 up or down to the nearest quarter hour.
Limit on credit hours for recorded programs: Attorneys can earn up to 10 CLE hours via recorded programs. The product formats listed below are approved in Vermont.
Vermont CLE Requirements (from the American Bar Association website)