"Continuing Legal Education Application for Written Material Credit" - Florida

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Continuing Legal Education
Application for Written Material Credit
The Florida Bar
Legal Specialization & Education
651 E. Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2300
(850)561-5842 (Phone) 850/561-9421 (Fax)
clemail@floridabar.org
Attorney #:
Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Phone:
Fax:
Title of Article:
Publication in Which Article Appeared:
Issue Date:
Preparation Time for Article:
● Credit cannot be received ahead of publication date. Please submit after material has been published.
● Attach a copy of the article (if feasible) or an outline of the material
● If seeking ethics credit, please indicate on the attached article or outline.
BOARD CERTIFICATION CREDIT
If you wish to apply for Certification credit, please complete the information below and attach the required documentation.
Please list area(s) of certification applicable to this activity:
For more information on The Florida Bar’s Board Certification program,
visit:
www.floridabar.org/certification
If requesting Ethics, Professionalism, Substance Abuse, Mental Illness Awareness, Bias Elimination or Technology Credit,
please check appropriate box below.
Ethics
Substance Abuse
Bias Elimination
Professionalism
Mental Illness Awareness
Technology
NOTE: If you have completed the minimum number of required CLER hours, and are not seeking Certification credit, please
do not submit further courses for evaluation. There is no carry over of hours in Florida from one reporting period to the
next.
**PLEASE NOTE OUR NORMAL PROCESSING TIME IS 2-4 WEEKS.**
Continuing Legal Education
Application for Written Material Credit
The Florida Bar
Legal Specialization & Education
651 E. Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2300
(850)561-5842 (Phone) 850/561-9421 (Fax)
clemail@floridabar.org
Attorney #:
Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Phone:
Fax:
Title of Article:
Publication in Which Article Appeared:
Issue Date:
Preparation Time for Article:
● Credit cannot be received ahead of publication date. Please submit after material has been published.
● Attach a copy of the article (if feasible) or an outline of the material
● If seeking ethics credit, please indicate on the attached article or outline.
BOARD CERTIFICATION CREDIT
If you wish to apply for Certification credit, please complete the information below and attach the required documentation.
Please list area(s) of certification applicable to this activity:
For more information on The Florida Bar’s Board Certification program,
visit:
www.floridabar.org/certification
If requesting Ethics, Professionalism, Substance Abuse, Mental Illness Awareness, Bias Elimination or Technology Credit,
please check appropriate box below.
Ethics
Substance Abuse
Bias Elimination
Professionalism
Mental Illness Awareness
Technology
NOTE: If you have completed the minimum number of required CLER hours, and are not seeking Certification credit, please
do not submit further courses for evaluation. There is no carry over of hours in Florida from one reporting period to the
next.
**PLEASE NOTE OUR NORMAL PROCESSING TIME IS 2-4 WEEKS.**
CLER Writing Policies
5.10(c)
(c) Writing.
(1) Lawyers who write articles, books, and chapters in books may receive credit when the material is accepted for
publication in a professional publication or journal.
(2) Credit will be based on the time devoted to preparation, quality, originality, and scope of publication. No single
publication approved for credit may exceed 50% of the total hours required for CLER compliance.
(3) When a publication has more than 1 author, credit may be awarded to each author or divided among them in a
manner consistent with the facts presented by all the authors.
(4) CLE publications steering committee members may receive up to 10 credit hours for their work. The staff
editor’s recommendation will be considered when determining the number of credits awarded.
Materials submitted for CLE credit review will be discarded once the credit has been determined.
Should you wish to have your materials returned, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.
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