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How do I apply to be a course provider?
How do I enter attorney attendance and pay applicable attendance fees?
How do I add or edit a contact person in PCAM?
How do I change or recover my password in PCAM?
How do I pay fees in PCAM?
How do I troubleshoot Attendance Import Errors?
What standards must a provider meet to become an Accredited Provider?
When does an Accredited Provider's accreditation period begin?
What is an Accredited Provider, and how does an individual course provider become one?
As an Accredited Provider, how do I complete the required Annual Report?
Can a course be accredited for topics other than law and lawyering skills?
What qualifications does a speaker need to teach expanded CLE courses involving subjects other than law and lawyering skills?
May Providers co-sponsor courses or activities?
What is a "provider" within the Illinois MCLE Rules, and how does my organization gain access to submit courses for Illinois accreditation?
What are the standards for course accreditation?
What are the general requirements for submitting an individual course application?
What documents must be submitted when completing an individual course application?
Are written materials required for all courses?
Must all CLE courses or activities be "live" presentations?
What are the steps for a provider to accredit and offer a course via live technology or recording?
What presentation methods satisfy "interactivity as a key component" as required in Rule 795(a)(6)?
How are professional responsibility courses or activities approved?
What professional responsibility topics meet the requirement that a course or activity must deal primarily with matters related to the practice of law?
How many times may a provider present an approved recorded program?
What must a provider include in its financial hardship policy?
What if the provider forgot to request professional responsibility credit for an accredited course (other than a Basic Skills Course)?
How many minutes are in one credit hour in Illinois?
What are the requirements for a provider to apply to accredit a Basic Skills course?
What course data can I edit after a course is in Approved status?
What determines if bar association or professional organization meetings qualify for CLE credits?
What is the definition of a professional organization in Rule 795(d)(3) and the MCLE Fee Schedule; and how are they similar to bar associations?
As a provider, how do I appeal when the Board denied a course application or accredited a course for reduced hours?
What are a provider's responsibilities after accrediting a course?
What is an attorney ARDC number?
How are hourly attendance fees calculated?
Who is responsible for issuing certificates to those teaching accredited CLE courses?
How is credit calculated for teaching an accredited CLE course or activity?
How is CLE credit calculated for teaching a law course part-time at a university, college, or community college?
Can a moderator at an approved CLE course earn teaching credit? What is the moderator is also a speaker?
May an attorney claim CLE credit for attending the same course twice?
What are the Fees for Per Course Providers Submitting Individual Applications to Accredit Individual Courses and Activities?
What are the Fees for Accredited CLE Providers?
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