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  • January 18, 2023

    CLE Reporting Deadline is Feb. 1: Where to Find Answers to Your Questions

    Lawyers admitted in an even-numbered year: Your continuing legal education (CLE) reporting deadline is Feb. 1. Here is a quick guide to answer your reporting questions.
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    Jan. 18, 2023 – Lawyers who were admitted in an even-numbered year: Be sure to complete your continuing legal education (CLE) obligations by Jan. 31.

    "Active" lawyers admitted to practice law in Wisconsin must obtain at least 30 continuing legal education (CLE) credits every two years.

    Do you have questions on reporting? Here are a few answers, plus where to go for further information.

    Report your CLE credits to the Board of Bar Examiners (BBE) via their website. Questions about CLE requirements or reporting? Contact the BBE by email or phone at (608) 266-9760.

    Deadline: To avoid a late filing fee or other penalties, 2021-22 courses must be completed by Jan. 31, 2023, and CLE reports must be submitted electronically to the BBE on or before Feb. 1, 2023.

    Find out more about reporting your CLE credits in The Wisconsin Lawyer's Guide to Earning, Tracking, and Reporting CLE.

    Track your CLE records with the State Bar’s myCLETracker (on your profile page on, a tool to keep track of CLE you have attended and to self-assess whether you need to earn more credit (you still must report them to the BBE). Questions about myCLETracker? Contact the State Bar’s Customer Service Team by email or phone at (608) 257-3838, toll-free at (800) 728-7788.

    New lawyers admitted in 2022 are exempt from CLE attendance and reporting requirements for the current reporting period (Jan. 1, 2021 - Dec. 31, 2022). If you earned credits in 2022 (through Jan. 31, 2023), you can carry over as many as 15 credits into your next reporting period (Jan. 1, 2023 – Dec. 31, 2024).

    Get your OnDemand credits before Jan. 31, 2023. The temporary rule allowing 27 credits via OnDemand programming expires Jan. 31. Under temporary rules issued by the Wisconsin Supreme Court during the pandemic, lawyers can obtain up to 27 credits through OnDemand programming for this reporting period (2021-22). However, the temporary order expires on Jan. 31, 2023. Know that the order does not apply to ethics and professional responsibility (EPR) credits (3 EPR credits required), which must still be obtained through live programming, in-person or through live webcasts or live telephone seminars.

    Where to get CLE now: Use this link to find OnDemand programming available now on the State Bar of Wisconsin’s PINNACLE Marketplace. Here’s just a few of the many OnDemand programs available now:

    Earn Up to 13 CLE and 1.5 EPR Credits This Week at the Forensic Justice Institute

    Get more insights on forensic evidence at the second annual Forensic Justice Institute,  a virtual event taking place Thursday and Friday, Jan. 19-20.

    The Institute is a collaboration between the Center for Integrity in Forensic Sciences and State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE®. Designed with legal professionals in mind, the Forensic Justice Institute is a virtual event that puts the scientific evidence used in court under the microscope.

    Understand the reliability of the methods utilized so you can ensure your next criminal case contains science facts – not science fiction, and improves the use of forensic science in the criminal justice system.

    Check out the schedule, read about the speakers, and reserve your spot to earn up to 13 CLE and 1.5 EPR credits this week.

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    Get Unlimited CLE Credits for One Price

    A State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE Ultimate Pass™ allows you to earn unlimited CLE with one price. With Ultimate Pass, you can:

    • attend as many PINNACLE seminars as you want for one annual fee;

    • fit education into your schedule on your terms with three different Ultimate Pass options: Gold, Silver, and Bronze;

    • have unlimited access to the most comprehensive selection of CLE seminars in Wisconsin.

    To learn more, call (800) 728-7788 or visit WisBar’s Marketplace.

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