Bar News - July 16, 2014
New Online NHMCLE System Puts You in the Driver’s Seat
A streamlined, speedier administrative system is in
place for NH Supreme Court Rule 53 - NHMCLE (NH Minimum Continuing Legal Education). Effective for reporting year
from July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015.
Coming soon - a new reporting tool developed by the
NH Bar Association for the convenience of members.
Watch for the announcement.
As an attorney eligible under Supreme Court Rule 53,
you are in control of reporting your CLE credits.
You determine whether a particular program meets the rule’s requirements using an online checklist. You have the freedom to choose –within the bounds of the rule. Earn credits responsibly!
Programs offered through the NH Bar will be automatically
entered into NHBA members’ records.
Choosing a NH Bar program for NHMCLE credit is
like using the express lane.
For non-Bar CLE, attorneys will self-report their
participation using the new reporting tool.
No more waiting for course providers to report your attendance.
If you are taking a program now, save information from your attendance certificate to enter when the reporting tool is activated. Find out more at www.nhbar.org.
Compliance - Time to Hit the Finish Line
For more information about how to stay in the compliance lane and take the checkered flag, visit our information pages
||If you are in the back of the pack... and short on credits for the
reporting year that ended June 30, 2014, please look for special instructions at www.nhbar.org.
||At the pole position? If you have extra credits earned in the last reporting year (regardless of the provider), they will appear in the compliance record on the new system to be posted in August.
||Summer is catch-up season. Get into compliance now! Fines for non-compliance will be levied under Court rule starting Oct. 1.