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AILA Doc. No. 20070844 | Dated March 15, 2021
Please scroll down to review the individual state CLE approvals. Reminder: Participants seeking CLE credit for the live virtual program will be required to submit their CLE attendance codes via webCLE by Sunday, June 20, 2021, at ailawebcle.org under the MyEvents > Conferences tab.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit is being sought for the 2021 AILA Virtual Annual Conference on Immigration Law in all jurisdictions that have mandatory CLE and legal specialization requirements. Participants seeking CLE credit will be required to submit their affidavit of participation via webCLE by Sunday, June 20, 2021, at ailawebcle.org. Attorneys are awarded credit based upon the number of session hours they attend at the conference. Attorneys are responsible for accurately tracking and recording the sessions they attend and the relevant CLE codes for CLE reporting.
Eligible participants can receive up to 25 total credits (including up to 2.0 ethics credits) in 50-minute jurisdictions, and up to 21 total credits (including up to 2.0 ethics credits) in 60-minute jurisdictions. Additional information regarding CLE procedures and specific state approvals will be provided to registrants at a later date.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 20070844.
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