NH Supreme Court Rule 53
Each annual period (July 1 - June 30), NH attorneys are required to obtain the following:
•12 hours (minimum) of NHMCLE-approved credit, including:
▪6 hours of live programming
▪2 hours of ethics and/or professionalism
If you have never used the For Members area of the Web site and do not know your username and password, send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
, indicating "member login" in the subject field, and a response will be sent as soon as possible after verifying your member status. Log into the For Members area
, then select NHMCLE Attorney Records from the list of links on the For Members page. Select "Attendance" at the top of the page and you will see your individual course credits on the page entitled, "Course Attendance Detail."
You may request revisions to credit hours listed online by clicking on the ?
next to the course title, explaining the problem in the email that is automatically generated and sending it to the NHMCLE Office. The email already contains the course information.
•You cannot directly add courses to your online record.
•If you take a course from a recognized Annual Sponsor
a) Be sure to ask the sponsor to report your attendance to NHMCLE.
b) Check your online record 30 days after you request that your attendance be reported to be sure the Annual Sponsor reported to NHMCLE.
c) If you do not see your attendance posted to your online record after the 30 day period in which Annual Sponsors have to report, please contact the sponsor directly to again request they report your participation to the NHMCLE program.
•If you take a course not
offered by a recognized Annual Sponsor, please submit the Attorney Credit Application Form
(with attachments) to NHMCLE within 30 days of course completion to request the course be approved and entered into your online NHMCLE record.
•If you have other questions about your online NHMCLE record, please e-mail your name, NHBA ID number and questions to the NHMCLE Office
or call 603-715-EASY (3279).
•SC Rule 53 specifies that lawyers are required to maintain a file of their CLE course attendance records for 2 (two) years following compliance. All course entries in the online attorney records are subject to random annual audit, and lawyers are required to have the records available. If records are missing from your course attendance file, please request duplicates from program sponsors.