Teaching is classified as Non-Live credit.
What Qualifies For Teaching Credit
- You may claim teaching credit if you were a faculty member at an approved CLE program for lawyers.
- You may claim full teaching credit for only one presentation of the same course in a reporting year. If you make multiple presentations of the same course in the same reporting year, you may claim credit from subsequent presentations for the actual teaching time only, not subject to the credit multiplier.
You may also claim attendance credit for any portion of an approved program you did not teach but did attend. Attendance credit may be claimed only once for the same course in the same reporting year. These credits are determined by your actual attendance time excluding your teaching time.
What Does Not Qualify For Teaching Credit
- Undergraduate college and pre-J.D. law school teaching will not qualify for CLE credit in NH.
- Any presentations you make where there are no written materials for those who attend. The printed text of a speech does not qualify as CLE written materials. (See Reg. 53.5)
- Judging moot court
When You Have to Apply for Teaching Credit
If you teach at a program that is:
- not pre-approved by the NHMCLE Board or
- where the audience was composed primarily of non-lawyers, you must submit the written materials with the Attorney Credit Application, Form 1 in advance of filing your Certificate of Compliance.
Teaching Credit Worksheet (pdf)
Information on Publication Credit
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