CLE Accreditation

New York
AABANY is recognized by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited CLE Provider.

Each CLE-eligible session is approved for a maximum of 1.5 NY CLE credits. Each program listing will indicate the category of credit and appropriateness for transitional New York attorneys.

New York CLE credits are accepted on a reciprocal basis by Alaska, California, Colorado*, Connecticut%, Florida*, Maine*, New Hampshire, New Jersey#, and North Dakota. Certain other states, such as Rhode Island,  allow the participant to request individual approval for out-of-state CLE activities on their own behalf; we will assist you with your application. Please obtain a Uniform CLE certificate from us for these states. Certain programs may satisfy Law Society of Upper Canada CPD requirements in Ontario * ^.

Pennsylvania
This course (265606) has been approved by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for a maximum of 6.0 PA CLE credits. Please request the Credit Request Form  to be submitted to the PA CLE Board with the required fee ($1.50 per credit hour).

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* Additional filing to your jurisdiction by the attendee may be required – please obtain a Uniform CLE Certificate from the conference.

%  Under Connecticut Practice Book §2-27A(b) and §2-27A(c)(6), New York-approved credits are accepted by Connecticut.

# Under New Jersey BCLE Rule 201:4, no additional filing is required – you may use the New York certificate toward your requirements. New Jersey awards double credit for presenters, rather than triple credit in New York.

^ Substantive, non-Professionalism CPD credit only – please consult the Law Society of Upper Canada website.

Financial aid is available for eligible attendees. Please write to cle@aabany.org to request an application before registering.