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|AILA's Provider Status:||Approved Online Sponsor - AILA applies after each event upon attorney request.|
Live Webcasts of In-Person Conferences
Live Audio and Web Seminars
|Not Approved:||OnDemand Programs - TN does not approve self-study programs.|
|Credit Available:||View your state's conference information page for the amount and type of credit available for in-person conferences and live webcasts of in-person conferences. Audio/web seminars are all 90 minutes in length and are eligible for 1.5 general credits, unless otherwise noted.|
|Credit Restrictions:||Attorneys can earn up to 8 credits through audio/web seminars.|
|AILA's Reporting Requirements:||AILA reports attendance within 30 days.|
|Attendee Compliance for CLE:||Each attendee must submit and affirm the sessions they attended using webCLE. A four-digit attendance verification code is given during each session and must also be submitted. Attorneys must complete their webCLE submission within one week of the event to receive a certificate of attendance and to have their attendance reported.|
|General Credit Requirements||15 total credits per compliance period.|
|Specialized Credit Requirements:||3 ethics credits per compliance period.|
|Compliance Period Length:||1 year|
|Compliance Deadline:||December 31|
|Reporting Deadline:||March 1|
|Credit Calculation:||60 minutes per credit hour
(AILA's CLE Calculator)
|Attorney Reporting Requirements:||Attorneys must complete affidavit by reporting deadline.|
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