Certificate of Compliance

Use this online form to submit your compliance.


1)  Active Status Lawyer – Lawyers on active status are required to complete, during each two year fiscal period

(July 1–June 30), a minimum of 24 hours of Utah accredited CLE, which shall include a minimum of three hours of accredited ethics or professional responsibility. One of the three hours of the ethics or professional responsibility shall be in the area of professionalism and civility. Please visit www.utahmcle.org for a complete explanation of Rule 14-404.

2) New Lawyer CLE requirement – Lawyers newly admitted under the Bar’s full exam need to complete the following requirements during their first reporting period:

  • Complete the NLTP Program during their first year of admission to the Bar, unless NLTP exemption applies.
  • Attend one New Lawyer Ethics program during their first year of admission to the Bar. This requirement can be waived if the lawyer resides out-of-state.
  • Complete 12 hours of Utah accredited CLE.

3) House Counsel – House Counsel Lawyers must file with the MCLE Board by July 31 of each year a Certificate of Compliance from the jurisdiction where House Counsel maintains an active license establishing that he or she has completed the hours of continuing legal education required of active attorneys in the jurisdiction where House Counsel is licensed.

 

EXPLANATION OF TYPE OF ACTIVITY

Rule 14-413. MCLE credit for qualified audio and video presentations; computer interactive telephonic programs; writing; lecturing; teaching; live attendance.

  • Self-Study CLE
    No more than 12 hours of credit may be obtained through qualified audio/video presentations, computer interactive telephonic programs; writing; lecturing and teaching credit. Please visit www.utahmcle.org for a complete explanation of Rule 14-413 (a), (b), (c) and (d).
  • Live CLE Program
    There is no restriction on the percentage of the credit hour requirement which may be obtained through attendance at a Utah accredited CLE program. A minimum of 12 hours must be obtained through attendance at live CLE programs during a reporting period.