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How can an attorney get either a letter of good standing or proof of MCLE compliance?
The ARDC and the Clerk of the Illinois Supreme Court both provide written license status verification. Included in those verifications is whether an attorney is removed from the Master Roll for MCLE non-compliance. Given that, the MCLE Board doesn’t issue a separate document verifying an attorney's MCLE status.
Letter of Good Standing Request
to go to the ARDC's website for information on submitting this request to either entity.
If another jurisdiction requires an MCLE standing verification, you may print this page and provide it to the relevant authority. This page confirms that the Illinois MCLE Board does not issue a separate good standing certificate because the verification from either the ARDC or Clerk of the Illinois Supreme Court states if the attorney is removed from the Master Roll due to MCLE noncompliance.
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