CLE Info for the 2017 Business Meeting

Each one of our Practice Area Committees will be represented and offer CLE at this year’s meeting, including: Ethics, Labor & Employment, Complex Litigation, Insurance, Intellectual Property, International Law and Transactional to name a few. 

(Coming Soon) Click here to see what CLEs are being offered at the 2017 Business Meeting.

(Coming Soon) Schedule of Events

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CLE Process


2017 CLE Information

The 2017 Business Meeting features a total of 5 hours of CLE, with at least 2 of those hours satisfying Ethics and/or Unconscious Bias credit requirements.  NAMWOLF applied for credit in the following states*:

Alabama Arkansas Delaware Florida
Georgia Illinois Indiana Iowa
Kentucky Louisiana Minnesota Missouri
North Carolina Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania
South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia
Washington Wisconsin    

Prior to the Annual Meeting

When you register for the meeting, please make sure that you include your Bar Number for each jurisdiction you are licensed.

At the Annual Meeting

Please make sure you scan into each CLE session. If you miss scanning into any of the CLE sessions, please report to the registration desk.  NAMWOLF will not be able to provide CLE attendance certificates for attendees that do not scan during the Annual Meeting. 

Certificates of Attendance

You will receive only one Certificate of Attendance for the entire event.  CLE certificates will be distributed via email.

Reporting – Self Reporting Jurisdictions

The following jurisdictions are self-reporting.  You will need to retain your certificates of attendance and report your attendance if you are seeking credit in any of the following:

Arkansas Florida Illinois Iowa
Minnesota Missouri North Carolina Pennsylvania
South Carolina Virginia Wisconsin  

Reporting – NAMWOLF Will Report Attendance

We will report attendance in the following jurisdictions, as long as you have provided your jurisdictions and bar numbers during the registration process. Please make sure you retain your certificates for your records.

Alabama Delaware Georgia Indiana
Kentucky Louisiana Ohio Oregon
Tennessee Texas Washington  


The following jurisdictions recognize CLE accredited in other states. Please retain your certificate and comply with the reporting guidelines for each of the following jurisdictions:

Alaska Arizona California Colorado
Hawaii Maine Montana New Jersey
New York North Dakota West Virginia  


If you have any questions regarding CLEs at the 2017 Business Meeting, please contact Jane Kalata (