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Membership includes all attorney continuing legal education credits required by New York State, including all 24 required hours and all special categories including attorney ethics and diversity CLE. TalksOnLaw is a New York State Accredited CLE Provider. Membership is for 1 year of unlimited CLE. Regular price is $399 / year. Learn more about our features, courses, and 100% satisfaction guarantee, here.
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In New York, attorneys must file their attorney registration form and complete their continuing legal education requirement within thirty (30) days after their birthday – every two years.
Experienced attorneys (those admitted to the New York Bar for more than 2 years) must complete a total of 24 CLE credit hours during each biennial reporting cycle (the two-year period between your attorney registrations).
If you were admitted before January 1, 1982 or in an even-numbered year (e.g., 1998), then you will register in even-numbered years. If you were admitted in an odd-numbered year after 1982, then you will register in odd-numbered years.
Who qualifies as a "newly admitted" attorney?
Attorneys admitted to the New York State Bar two years or less are considered newly admitted attorneys.
What is the CLE requirement for newly admitted attorneys?
Newly admitted attorneys must complete at least 16 transitional CLE credit hours in each of the first two years of admission to the Bar, as follows:
• Ethics and Professionalism
3 CLE Credit Hours / Year
6 CLE Credit Hours / Year
• Law Practice Management and/or Areas of Professional Practice
7 CLE Credit Hours / Year
Which courses can newly additted attorneys take on-demand streaming?
Newly admitted attorneys can take 7 hours per year of Law Practice Management and/or Areas of Professional Practice management with TalksOnLaw.
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