Clio Cloud Conference CLE 2019

Thank you for attending the Clio Cloud Conference.

Clio is happy to offer CLE credit to conference attendees. We’re actively working with a number of state bar associations across the U.S. on applications for CLE credit related to the Clio Cloud Conference. Attendees of the 2019 Clio Cloud Conference will receive updates for their state bar once available via email.

You’ll find information necessary for claiming CLE credit below.

Alabama

Approved for 12.5 hours of CLE credits as the Clio Cloud Conference 2019.

We have reported attendance at this time.

Arkansas

As an attendee of the Clio Cloud Conference you are eligible for 7 hours General CLE Credit plus 1 hour Ethics in Arkansas. Please fill out and submit the following Certificate of Attendance to the Arkansas Judiciary to claim credit.

Clio Cloud Conference Reference No: LPM67709

Arizona

As an Attendee of the Clio Cloud Conference you should be eligible for up to 8.0 hours of CLE in Arizona. Please download this Certificate of Attendance for use when filing your annual affidavit of meeting your MCLE requirements.

California

As an attendee of the Clio Cloud Conference you are eligible for 8.00 MCLE Credit Hours in California. Please download and complete this Certificate of Attendance form.

You must keep this certificate for at least one year from the date you report your MCLE compliance online.

Please complete this evaluation survey that California requires we submit after each MCLE activity: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CA_Clio_Cloud_Conference_2019 

Florida

Approved for a maximum credit of 9.0 hours. These can be up to 9.0 General Credit hours or 5.0 Technology Credit hours and 0.5 Credit Hours for Bias Elimination. Using the reference number below can help you post the hours you claim through the Florida Bar’s member portal.

Clio Cloud Conference Reference No: 1908125N

Georgia

Approved for 8.0 hours of CLE credit including 1 Hours of Ethics.

For your records, the course number is: #256728

Illinois

As an attendee of the Clio Cloud Conference, you are eligible for 8.0 Total General MCLE Credit Hours in Illinois and 0.25 Hours for Diversity and Inclusion. Your attendance has been reported to the MCLE Board. Please download and complete this Certificate of Attendance.

You must keep this certificate for at least three year after the relevant two-year reporting period ends.

Please also complete this Evaluation Survey that Illinois requires we collect after each MCLE activity.

Indiana

Approved for 7.5 Total General Credits.

The Course Number for your records is #252480. Please confirm your attendance via the Indiana Courts Portal.

Kansas

We have been approved for 3.00 maximum CLE Hours with 2.00 Hours in Law Practice Management. Please use the link here for your Notice of Accreditation & Affidavit to register credit.

Louisiana

Approved for 8.0 hours of CLE credit. We have reported attendance. 

For your records, the course number is: 5599191021

Minnesota

Approved for 9.0 Standard Hours of CLE. For your records, the event code is 278947.

Attorneys wishing to receive credit for this course must report the attendance in their OASIS portal at www.cle.mn.gov.

Mississippi

Approved for 8 hours of CLE credit and 1.0 Ethics Credits. We have reported attendance.

Missouri

Approved for 9.0 hours of CLE credit and 1 Hours Ethics.

Nevada

Approved for 9.0 hours of CLE credit and 1.00 Hours of Ethics. We have reported attendance.

For your records, the course number is: #48932.

New Mexico

This course has been approved by the New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board for 9 hours of credit. We have reported attendance.

Ohio

We have applied and is currently in pending status.

Oklahoma

Approved for 9.0 hours of general CLE credit. We have reported attendance.

For your records, the course ID number is: #108924

Oregon

Oregon has a formal reciprocity agreement with Washington and Utah, both of which we have approved CLE credits for, see their specific sections below for more details. You should be able to claim CLE credit through reciprocity with this information.

If you are facing a deadline or would like to get this done sooner rather than later, Oregon lawyers can also file for credit at non-Oregon accredited events using MCLE Form 2, at no cost: http://www.osbar.org/_docs/forms/mcle2.pdf

Pennsylvania

As an attendee of the Clio Cloud Conference you are eligible for up to 7.5 CLE Credit Hours.

You will need to submit the Pennsylvania CLE Credit Request Form, along with a Certificate of Attendance, and the relevant attendance fee to the Pennsylvania CLE Board. Section C of the Credit Request form references the necessary fee schedule for your application.

South Carolina

Approved for 7.5 hours of CLE credit. We have reported attendance.  The course number is 198595.

Tennessee

Approved for a total of 9.5 hours of CLE Credit. We have reported attendance.

For your records the course number is: #251752

Texas

Approved for 8.0 hours of CLE credit of which 1 hour is Ethics. We have reported attendance.

For your records the course number is: #174058754.

Utah

Approved for 8 hours of CLE credit of which 1 hour is Ethics. We have  reported attendance.

For your records the course number is: #174058754.

Washington

Approved for 7.5 hours of CLE credit in the Other category and 1 hour is in Law and Legal Procedure credit.

Washington Course ID Number: 1118161. We have reported attendance. Please use Washington’s MCLE Online System to confirm you have received credit.

Wisconsin

Approved for 9.0 hours of CLE credit. All attorneys are now required to electronically file their CLE credits on the Wisconsin website.

Reciprocity States:

Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, West Virginia, and more.

If your state is on the above list we are happy to offer you CLE in your jurisdiction via reciprocity with California, where we are an accredited CLE provider. The Clio Cloud Conference should be eligible for up to 8 hours in your jurisdiction.

You will need to submit the following information to your CLE authority for reciprocity credit, following your state’s process for individual applications for CLE credit:

This material should be sufficient for you to obtain CLE credit in your jurisdiction.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Am I guaranteed CLE credit if my state is on this list?

While we are applying to a variety of states, there is no guarantee we will be approved for credits, and we can give no guarantee on the number of hours that will be approved. If you would like to proceed with your your own self-application in your state, please let us know what we can do to help and we will do our best to assist with this. For ease, you can find general conference materials linked below to get you started. If you have other questions or need anything else, you can reach us at conference@clio.com.

Why isn’t my state on the list?

If your state isn’t on the above list, Clio has chosen not to apply for CLE credit in that state because there was low attendance at the Clio Cloud Conference from that state. Clio will instead help attendees with all the information they need to apply themselves. Reach out to conference@clio.com for assistance.

I’m facing a CLE application deadline and I need to hear back from you soon!

In this case, we recommend you proceed with self application. We can’t guarantee that we’ll hear back from your specific state in time for your given deadline, and self application will provide a better chance for a prompt response.

If you have questions, or if you need our help with materials for your application, please don’t hesitate to reach out to conference@clio.com.

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Perkins Law, PLLC

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Borek Consulting Group

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Hacking Law Practice, LLC

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