COVID-19 Update: Attorneys in Reporting Group 3, who report in 2020, will be allowed to earn all or a portion of the required 45 credits through self-study.
North Dakota continuing legal education (CLE) credit requirements were instituted to ensure attorneys across the state stay up-to-date with changing laws and new trends in their field, and understand the ethical implications of new technologies and new ways of doing business.
In addition to being a requirement for practicing in North Dakota, CLE can help you discover ways to grow your career and serve clients better. While the state approves CLE providers and ensures they meet certain requirements, not all are created equal. Choosing a North Dakota CLE crediting institute that values your career and your educational experience is the only way to enjoy the full benefits of ongoing training.
About Lorman Education Services
Lorman Education Services is an approved provider of online North Dakota CLE training. Beyond that, however, we are committed to delivering the best, most informative course content possible. We offer webinars and other training options that are convenient for any busy professional. Keep reading to learn more!
North Dakota CLE Courses
Fulfill your Requirements with our Live Webinars, OnDemand Courses, Online Training and Resources. Follow the links below to search through upcoming and archived North Dakota CLE approved courses. Classes cover a wide range of topics related to all areas of law, including tax and estate planning, DOT regulations, lien law and more. We also offer specific webinars that meet the North Dakota CLE credit requirement for ethics and professionalism.
Browse Our Online and OnDemand North Dakota CLE Approved Courses
Legal professionals demand flexible training and self-study options, not just to meet their CLE requirements but to remain proactive about growing their careers and expanding their practices. With Lorman Education Services, you can:
- Earn your North Dakota CLE credits online. For busy professionals, it isn’t always possible to make training a priority. Lorman Education Services’ online, OnDemand webinars are the easiest way to stay up-to-date on training and earn North Dakota CLE credits online.
- Learn from North Dakota industry experts. Our webinars are taught by accomplished professionals who bring both a theoretical background and lived expertise to every course. Many courses and resources are specifically tailored to North Dakota’s legal landscape, with an emphasis on topics such as state tax law, oil and gas rights, and more.
- Enjoy convenient learning options. All content is accessible online, from any internet-enabled computer. If you travel frequently for work, Lorman allows you to earn credits from your home, office or on the road.
Register for an upcoming class and start earning North Dakota CLE credits right away! For the best value in continuing education, sign up for our All-Access Pass and get unlimited programming for a full year. At just $699 per person, there’s no better way to make your ongoing training a key priority!
North Dakota MCLE Requirement:
45 hours per reporting period (3 Years)
Deadline: June 30
3 hours of ethics per period
60 minutes. For specific programs, divide by 60 and roundup or down to the nearest quarter hour.
Limit on credit hours for self-study:
You can earn a maximum of 15.0 hours per compliance 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 live webinar attendance as long as you have requested the credit and provided your bar number. Lorman does not report your participation for ondemand webinars. For this format the attorneys must self-report if applicable.
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 Dakota CLE Commission