The Supreme Court of Georgia has extended the waiver of the 6-hour in-person CLE requirement through March 31, 2021. In part: “Considering that the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 has resulted in the cancellation of many in-person continuing legal education programs and that Georgia lawyers, therefore, have limited access to programs at which they may fulfill the requirement of personal attendance at such programs, and in consultation with the president of the State Bar, the Court temporarily suspends Regulations 8 (e) and (15) to State Bar Rule 8-106 (B) to the extent that those Regulations limit lawyers to six hours of credit through self-study, in-house, or distance-learning continuing legal education activities. Effective immediately, and continuing through March 31, 2021, lawyers may earn all or any portion of the required twelve hours through self-study, in-house, or distance-learning continuing legal education activities under Regulations 8 (e) and (15), so long as those activities otherwise satisfy the requirements of those Regulations.” This limited time only package contains CLE courses approved by the Georgia Bar and satisfies your complete 12-hour CLE requirement for Georgia. The package DOES NOT include ethics/professionalism. This is for the 2020 reporting period ending December 31, 2020. PLEASE NOTE that although a course may be described as 1.25-hours, Georgia rounds down course viewing time to the closest half-hour reducing the course time from 1.25-hours to 1-hour, etc.