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|AILA's Provider Status:||All programs are presumptively approved.|
|Approved Programs:||In-Person Conferences
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|Credit Available:||Connecticut does not certify courses or providers. Connecticut lawyers are urged to independently review Practice Book §2-27A and make their own determination that a course qualifies for credit towards their MCLE requirement taking into consideration the delivery and content requirements of the rule. If a course has been approved for CLE credit in another jurisdiction, then it automatically meets the content and delivery requirements in Connecticut, subject to the caveat that credit hours are awarded in Connecticut based on "actual instruction time" (e.g., 60 minutes of instruction time equals one credit hour of Connecticut CLE).|
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|General Credit Requirements||12 hours per reporting period.|
|Specialized Credit Requirements:||2 hours of ethics and/or professionalism credit per reporting period|
|Compliance Period Length:||1 year|
|Compliance Deadline:||December 31|
|Reporting Deadline:||Subsequent year's attorney registration form|
|Credit Calculation:||60 minutes per credit hour
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