Continuing Legal Education Blog

New Missouri MCLE 6-hour online package now available at ApexCLE.com

Jul 17, 2019

ApexCLE has a new Missouri package to satisfy your 6-hours self-study for the reporting period ending June 30, 2020. 

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Attorney Registration Numbers Now Required

Jun 12, 2019

Many jurisdictions now require CLE providers to report attendance and include the attorney's registration number.

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Apr 08, 2018

Contact Us at (847) 230-0710

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Complete account profile

Nov 03, 2015

Welcome to the new ApexCLE website, please take a moment to complete your account profile including your address, attorney registration number and contact information.  If you have any questions, we would love to chat with you! (847) 230-0710

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Accessing your certificates issued before August 1, 2015

Sep 09, 2015

Accessing CLE certificates issued before August 1, 2015

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ApexCLE now available nationwide

Aug 26, 2015

Since 2007, ApexCLE has been an approved provider in the state of Illinois and now is expanding nationwide. 

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Arizona MCLE 15-hour package now available at ApexCLE.com. 

Aug 26, 2015

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Summary of Illinois MCLE Rules

Aug 09, 2015

Illinois Minimum Continuing Legal Education, Illinois Supreme Court Rules 790 - 799 This is a summary of the full rules available through the Illinois court’s website and addresses online CLE.

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Illinois CLE Requirments

Aug 09, 2015

Illinois CLE Requirements and Deadlines Please see the Illinois MCLE Board to confirm your requirement. ApexCLE has posted a summary of the MCLE Rules for your reference.

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ARDC Policies and Procedures

Aug 09, 2015

When adopting the Rules, The Illinois Supreme Court granted the ARDC the “sole authority to regulate the admission and discipline of lawyers in Illinois."

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