Attendance reports: Attorneys must report their own credits to the Wisconsin court system through the CLE electronic reporting system. PLI and SEC Institute`s on-demand programs, MP3 and MP4, are considered “repeat on demand” credits. Lawyers are limited to 15 credits per reporting period. On-demand programs are not eligible for ethics credits. Check out approved on-demand continuing education programs in Wisconsin. Lawyers are required to file their continuing education report electronically on the continuing education reporting website. Go to the CLE filing website to file it electronically. Meredith is Director of Client Experience at Lawline, where she is responsible for delivering a world-class client experience to support Lawline`s clients in their pursuit of fairness. Since joining Lawline in 2012, Meredith has taken on various roles within the company and earned an MBA. She is committed to ensuring the satisfaction of Lawline`s clients at every stage of their legal career. The Continuing Legal Education for Wisconsin (CLEW) serves lawyers and lawyers each year through programs, seminars, and publications. CLE Requirements: The Wisconsin court system requires attorneys to complete 30 credits, including 3 credits for legal ethics and professional liability, every two years by Dec. 31.

All credits must be declared by February 1 of the following year. Lawyers are limited to 15 repeat program credits upon request per reporting period. There are 2 compliance groups: lawyers admitted to an even annual report in even-numbered years; Lawyers admitted in an odd annual report in odd-numbered years. A maximum of 15 credit points may be carried over to the next execution period. Legal ethics and professional liability are transferred in the form of general credit points. For more information, see the FAQ page on the Wisconsin Court System website. Help your entire organization educate, maintain compliance, and make administration a breeze with Lawline for Firms & Teams. Whether you`re a seasoned Wisconsin attorney or a newly licensed Wisconsin attorney, here`s what you need to know about Wisconsin CLE`s rules and requirements. The three (3) mandatory Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility (CPD) credits must be completed through live programs (e.g., conference calls or webcasts) or in-person courses. New lawyers are exempt from the continuing education requirement in the first year of admission.

PLI is a General Program Approved (GPA) sponsor with the Wisconsin court system, and our programs are likely approved. Learn more about specific requirements for newly licensed attorneys in Wisconsin. CLEW offers several seminars throughout the year, including the free annual Winter Ethics Seminar. January 31 *(All credits must be earned and reported by this date.) Meet your Wisconsin needs with PLI: Live seminars, live webcasts, and co-sponsored placements from PLI and SEC Institute are considered “live” credits. There is no limit to the number of credits a lawyer can earn through live programs. Watch live CLE approved programs in Wisconsin.