he Animal Law Conference was approved for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits through the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA). The NYSBA accredited the conference for 7 Areas of Professional Practice hours for the sessions that took place on 10/8 and 4.5 hours for the sessions that took place on 10/9, including 3.5 Areas of Professional Practice hours and 1 Ethics and Professionalism hour (or 4.5 Areas of Professional Practice hours, depending on which sessions were attended). CLE credits were included with registration and everyone who signed in/out will receive a certificate of attendance and CLE survey.
The conference was also approved for a total of 10.25 CLE credits in Oregon, including 1 hour of Ethics credit and 1 hour of Access to Justice credit (depending on which sessions were attended). The conference was also approved for 12 CLE credits in Wisconsin, including 1 hour of optional Ethics and Professional Responsibility credit.
Anyone seeking credit in other states should submit approval paperwork to their local bar association CLE boards or retain their certificate of attendance for their records, if their state has a reciprocal agreement with New York.
Please direct any questions relating to CLE credits to Liberty Mulkani.
Information via the American Bar Association (ABA) regarding CLEs.