CLE Accreditation

New York

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

Each CLE-eligible program 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. Please be aware that not every program carries CLE credit, and Diversity, Inclusion, and Elimination of Bias credit can only be earned by non-transitional attorneys.

New York CLE credits are accepted on a reciprocal basis by Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut [1], FloridaMaine, New Hampshire, New Jersey [2], 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 Ontario CPD requirements in Canada* [3].

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

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

[2] 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.

[3] Substantive, non-Professionalism CPD credit only – please consult the Law Society of Ontario website.

Financial aid is available for eligible attendees. Please write to [email protected] to request an application before registering.