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North Carolina MCLE Requirement:
12 hours per reporting period (1 Year)
Deadline: December 31
2 hours of ethics and/or professionalism credit per reporting period; 1 additional hour on substance abuse awareness or debilitating mental conditions every 3 years.
60 minutes. For specific programs, divide by 60 and rounded down to the nearest quarter hour.
Limit on credit hours for self-study:
You can earn a maximum of 4.0 hours per year using Lormans ondemand webinar format. There are no caps regarding Lorman live webinars.
Lorman provides certificates of attendance via email to all registered attendees for courses completed. If you request credit, you will receive the credit/CLE certificate. Otherwise a general certificate will be provided. Live webinar certificates are emailed generally within 2-3 weeks. Ondemand certificates should arrive within 15 minutes.
Lorman Education Services will report your attendance for live webinars and ondemand webinars as long as you have requested the credit and provided your NC Bar number.
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
North Carolina State Bar