Join the legions of practicing attorneys who have discovered the advantages of earning Kentucky CLE credits online.
Lorman Education Services is an experienced continuing education solutions provider that can help you stay up-to-date and compliant the easy, convenient way.
Many Ways to Complete Your Requirements for Kentucky CLE Online
You’ll find many flexible options for earning your Kentucky CLE credits online. If you’ve always preferred the live seminar format, then our live training events will work well for you. You’ll be able to view an engaging live presentation on your computer — there’s no need to to travel to a classroom.
Our on-demand resources offer the benefit of 24/7 accessibility. You can log on and view the training materials in the evening, on weekends or whenever works best for your schedule. These informative resources include:
- Recordings of live training events
- Other video presentations
- Audio recordings
- Slide deck presentations
Browse our current list of online Kentucky CLE programs and feel free to contact us for more information.
Kentucky MCLE Requirement:
12.0 total credits (1 Year)
Deadline: June 30th
2 hours of ethics
60 minutes. To calculate credit for a specific program, divide the total length of the program in minutes by 60 and round to the nearest quarter hour.
Limit on credit hours for self-study:
Lorman Education Services Certificates:
Certificates of attendance for Live webinars are available to download in the Courses section of your account dashboard within a couple business days after the course date. An email is sent to notify you that the certificate is available to download. Ondemand certificates are available to download in the Courses section of your account dashboard within 15 minutes.
Lorman Education Services will report your credit for live webinars if you request the credit and completing the live webinar. Ondemand courses are self-reported by the attorney.
The CLE/CEU content on this page is designed for informational purposes only.
Please contact your state regulatory board for questions about your specific CLE requirements
Kentucky Bar Association