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Supreme Court Temporarily Eases CLE Rules, Lawyers Can Get More On-Demand Credits
Attorneys can obtain up to 30 CLE credits "on-demand" under a temporary order, providing more stay-at-home options amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on March 17 issued a temporary order allowing attorneys to obtain up to 30 continuing legal education (CLE) credits “on-demand.”
The Order, effective through Dec. 31, 2020, gives lawyers more options to earn CLE.
Find out more in Joe Forward’s article, Supreme Court Temporarily Eases CLE Rules, Lawyers Can Get More On-Demand Credits, from WisBar News.
Joe Forward, Saint Louis Univ. School of Law 2010, is a legal writer for the State Bar of Wisconsin.
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