NH Minimum Continuing Legal Education
Your Online CLE Record of Attendance
No changes will be made to online records during the compliance period July 1 - October 1 until lawyers have responded to their Certificates of Compliance mailed at the end of August.
REVISE AND REVIEW YOUR ONLINE RECORD
-- You may review your online CLE record at any time, as often as you wish. It is designed to be used with the browser, Internet Explorer. Go to nhbar.org
and click on the For Members button. Using your user name and password, log into your record (See below if you need to know what your user name and password are.)
You may request revisions to credit hours listed online by clicking on the ? next to the course title, explaining the problem in the email that is automatically generated and sending it to the NHMCLE Office. The email already contains the course information.
The credits in the new system are listed in a way that is different. For each program, you add together the credits listed under Ethics and General for the total credits for that program. General credit is all non-ethics credit. It is not "total" credit. Teaching and publication credit remain separate, nonlive and are not added to any other type of credit, but are included in your total.
If you have never used the For Members area of the Web site and do not know your username and password,
send an email to email@example.com
and indicate "member login" in the subject field and a response will be sent as soon as possible after verifying your member status.
Log into the For Members area
. Select NHMCLE Attorney Records from the list of links on the For Members page. Look to the left side of the next screen where you will see your name under Current Year Summary. Select “Attendance” at the top of the page and you will see your individual course details.
If you completed courses presented by an Annual Sponsor
contact the sponsor and request that your attendance be reported to NHMCLE. Review your online CLE record in the next few weeks to assure the course has been posted. Contact the sponsor for a copy of the certificate of attendance for the program if you do not have one. In the future, request that your attendance be reported whenever you attend Annual Sponsor programs. NHBA attendance is automatically reported to NHMCLE.
If you completed a course from a non-Annual Sponsor that does not appear, submit an Attorney Credit Application Form
with attachments for each course you wish to claim. In future, send in applications within 30 days of course completion.
may be claimed only for programs that have been presented by an Annual Sponsor or approved for CLE credit. Review the worksheet
and submit an application, if necessary. If you qualify for Teaching credit for a course already in your record, submit an email request to update your record by clicking the "?" next to the title or send an email to MCLE@nhbar.org