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TransMedia’s computerized trial simulations (games) qualify for Mandatory Contiuing Legal Education Credit (MCLE) and Continuing Legal Education Credit (CLE) in most every state that permits home study. State-specific information is included below:Arizona – Each game qualifies for 5 CLE credits.

California – Each game qualifies for 9 participatory CLE credits.

Colorado – Each game qualifies for 5 CLE credits.

Connecticut – Each game qualifies for 7 CLE credits.

Florida – Each game qualifies for 8 CLER credits, or 6 Trial Practice Certification CLER credits.

Idaho – Each game qualifies for 2 CLE credits.

Kentucky – Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.

Missouri – Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.

Nevada – Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.

New Hampshire – Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.

New York – Credit in New York is determined by the level reached. Each level that you pass qualifies as one credit; therefore, there are 12 potential credits for Expert Witness! and 8 credits each for Objection!, Civil Objection! Autoneg and Civil Objection! SlipFall.

North Dakota – Pre-approval is required; approval is made on an individual basis.

Ohio – Application to be submitted at future time.

Oregon – Each game qualifies for 9 CLE credits.

Texas – Games can be used for a maximum of 5 Home Study CLE Credits.

Tennessee – Credit in Tennessee is determined by the level reached. Each level that you pass qualifies you for one credit; therefore, there are 12 potential credits for Expert Witness! and 8 credits each for Objection!, Civil Objection! Autoneg and Civil Objection! SlipFall. Although Tennessee currently only allows 4 self-study credits per year, surplus credits can be carried forward from year to year.

Vermont – Each game qualifies for 7 CLE credits.

Washington – Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.

West Virginia – Each game qualifies for 9 CLE credits.


Additional Certification is available for members of the same firm for $50 per added member/per game. This fee covers licensing and registration. To order, simply call 1-310-246-9900, write or email the names and bar numbers of those wishing to obtain credit. You’ll need to identify the original purchaser; added members must be at the same address, and of the same firm as those already registered.


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As time goes by and the Internet increasingly becomes a widely accepted substitute for the classroom, “home study” should increase as a means for obtaining continuing legal education and the credits that accompany it. Currently, the Objection! series of videogames is approved or accredited in nearly every state that permits home study. The series is approved in the larger states (such as California, New York and Florida), but also in many smaller jurisdictions. The number of credit hours varies from state to state. Click here for a current listing.

The Rules relating to CLE and MCLE (Mandatory Continuing Legal Education) may change rapidly depending upon the particular state. If your state requires that you engage in continuing legal education, you may already know that you are required to be aware of that state’s particular requirements and the procedures necessary for compliance. If, however, there is anything that we can do to assist, please do not hesitate to contact us. Your suggestions and comments are always welcome.

 

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