IMLA CLE Corner for Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)
For IMLA Physical Events
For all IMLA physical events, such as the Mid-Year Seminar, Annual Conference, and Stand-Alone CLE Events, all CLE information will be available (via email, drop box or the IMLA App). The primary purpose of this page is for IMLA distance learning events, such as webinars.
Distance Learning Events
Webinars are training provided online as well as through live telephone audio
IMLA webinars deliver CLE live via the telephone and internet. To join the program, participants can login or call a toll-free number from their offices, homes, or anywhere they have a phone connection and writing surface available. The programs are typically 60-90 minutes in length, with adequate time allotted for questions and answers. IMLA webinars can be a stand-alone, repeated from live programs, or delivered in conjunction with periodicals and publications. Webinars provide quick CLE programming based upon hot topics such as recent court decisions or in combination with publications and issues affecting the local government lawyer.
What states currently approve MCLE credit for IMLA Webinars?
The following states accept IMLA Webinars for MCLE credit. Some states may not approve specific programs or topics. Other restrictions and guidelines may apply. For further information on your state MCLE requirements (see listings in general MCLE Information section). IMLA will submit application for CLE credit upon request for the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona*, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, , New Hampshire*, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
*States where you must self-determine and self-report.
It is cost effective for most attorneys to self-file and report with their states.