Continuing Legal Education
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are awarded for attending most remote FDLI programs.
FDLI applies for CLE credit in Ohio and Virginia. Forms are made available at the end of the event.
FDLI applies for CLE credits prior to each meeting but sometimes the approval is not granted until after the conference. As approvals are received, updated CLE information will be posted online. You may also request to be notified.
FDLI does not currently offer CLE credit for individual webinars, nor New to Food and Drug Law events.
FDLI is an accredited provider in the state of Virginia. Attorneys should request the Virginia Certificate of Attendance and certify attendance online at www.vsb.org.
FDLI applies for CLE credit in the state of Ohio but is not an accredited provider. Attorneys should send their name, attorney number, and number of hours attended to Coleen Carney at [email protected] when the remote conference is over. FDLI will report the credits to the Ohio CLE Commission within 30 days of the event.
Need Approval in Another State?
Many states offer CLE reciprocity. Virginia and Ohio approvals are recognized by the following states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and North Dakota. Pennsylvania approvals are also recognized by all the above listed states except for New York. Please note that the following states do not have a mandatory CLE requirement for attorneys: District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan and South Dakota.
Each state bar has its own requirements which may change over time. It is the responsibility of the attorney to know and fulfill their requirements. For more information regarding your respective state’s CLE requirements, please visit the directory provided via the Continuing Legal Education Regulators Association.