What standards must a provider meet to become an Accredited Provider
Supreme Court Rule(s) cited in this FAQ: Rule 795
To apply for Accredited Provider status, a provider needs to meet these minimum requirements:
-- Have at least ten accredited courses in the provider’s PCAM account;
--Submit an Accredited Provider application and annual fee via PCAM. For a July 1 annual start date, the Board must receive both no later than May 15. For a January 1 annual start date, the Board must receive both no later than November 15;
-- Include a satisfactory Financial Hardship Policy if the provider will charge attorneys for any of its courses; and
-- Satisfy the requirements of Rule 795(b).
In reviewing an application, the Board may consider the provider’s history of course offerings and compliance with the MCLE requirements. The applicant may need to complete specific training or other requirements before final approval.
To maintain this Accredited Provider status, an Accredited Provider must:
The Board may also consider the provider’s history of course offerings and compliance with the MCLE requirements and set additional training or other requirements.
- submit a satisfactory annual report when due annually,
- pay the annual fee in PCAM,
- report attendance timely throughout the year,
- pay all applicable attendance fees and any late fees. Rule 795(f).
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