Form JD-CE-1 "Continuing Legal Education Log" - Connecticut

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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION LOG
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
JUDICIAL BRANCH
JD-CE-1 Rev. 7-18
P.B. § 2-27A
www.jud.ct.gov
Name:
Calendar Year:
Practice Book Section 2-27A provides that each attorney admitted in Connecticut must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours (720 min)
of continuing legal education (CLE) in each calendar year. At least 2 credit hours (120 min) of the required 12 credit hours must be earned
in the area of ethics/professionalism, which may be integrated with other courses. No more than 2 credit hours of the CLE requirement
may be carried forward to be applied to the following year's CLE requirement.
Each attorney is responsible for maintaining records to prove compliance with Section 2-27A for a period of 7 years. You may use this
form to record the CLE credits earned in a particular calendar year. Please note that credits are calculated in minutes.
Total Credit
Ethics/Prof.
Name of Course
Type
Date
Sponsoring Organization
Hours
Credit Hours
or Description
& Location
(MM/DD/YYYY)
(See note below)
(In minutes)
(In minutes)
(If applicable)
Totals:
Total Credit Hours
Type
Calendar Year Totals
(In minutes)
Seminars - Section 2-27A(b)(1)
courses attended in person
Earned credit hours for this calendar year
Self-Study - Section 2-27A(b)(2)
Carryover credit hours from previous calendar year
e.g. videos, DVDs, audiotapes, CDs
(Not more than 2 credit hours (120 min) total)
or online courses
Total credit hours for this calendar year
Miscellaneous - Section 2-27A(b)
(Must be 12 credit hours (720 min) or more)
e.g. publishing articles, teaching
Carryover credit hours for next calendar year
legal courses
(Not more than 2 credit hours (120 min) total)
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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION LOG
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
JUDICIAL BRANCH
JD-CE-1 Rev. 7-18
P.B. § 2-27A
www.jud.ct.gov
Name:
Calendar Year:
Practice Book Section 2-27A provides that each attorney admitted in Connecticut must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours (720 min)
of continuing legal education (CLE) in each calendar year. At least 2 credit hours (120 min) of the required 12 credit hours must be earned
in the area of ethics/professionalism, which may be integrated with other courses. No more than 2 credit hours of the CLE requirement
may be carried forward to be applied to the following year's CLE requirement.
Each attorney is responsible for maintaining records to prove compliance with Section 2-27A for a period of 7 years. You may use this
form to record the CLE credits earned in a particular calendar year. Please note that credits are calculated in minutes.
Total Credit
Ethics/Prof.
Name of Course
Type
Date
Sponsoring Organization
Hours
Credit Hours
or Description
& Location
(MM/DD/YYYY)
(See note below)
(In minutes)
(In minutes)
(If applicable)
Totals:
Total Credit Hours
Type
Calendar Year Totals
(In minutes)
Seminars - Section 2-27A(b)(1)
courses attended in person
Earned credit hours for this calendar year
Self-Study - Section 2-27A(b)(2)
Carryover credit hours from previous calendar year
e.g. videos, DVDs, audiotapes, CDs
(Not more than 2 credit hours (120 min) total)
or online courses
Total credit hours for this calendar year
Miscellaneous - Section 2-27A(b)
(Must be 12 credit hours (720 min) or more)
e.g. publishing articles, teaching
Carryover credit hours for next calendar year
legal courses
(Not more than 2 credit hours (120 min) total)
Print Form
Reset Form