The 2019 course was approved for 14.00 Illinois MCLE general credit hours.
Illinois is a self-reporting state so attorneys maintain their own MCLE compliance records. You will be receiving an attendance or teaching certificate following the course.
Please be sure to initial each full session you attend and indicate how long you attend any partial sessions on your attendance log. At the completion of the program when you depart from the Summit please turn in your log to the professional education representative at the registration desk. If you do not turn in your attendance log, we will assume you are not seeking CLE credit and you will not receive a certificate of attendance.
Effective July 1, 2019, First Chair must submit Illinois attendance information, including ARDC numbers, to the state for all MCLE events.
First Chair will issue your certificate of attendance within 30 days via the email address submitted with your registration. If you do not receive it, contact us at email@example.com.
Here is a list of states where members may claim credit for attendance at CLE programs offered in or from other states if the program has been accredited by another MCLE jurisdiction:
New York – attorney must retain a complete set of written materials or, for voluminous written materials, a table of contents and the first ten pages of the materials, or some other proof that thorough, high-quality written materials were distributed for the course. Handouts
Should you need to submit your certificate of attendance along with other course materials to your state for CLE please use the following: