Information for Members
All active members, judicial members classified as ALJs, military lawyers admitted under APR 8(g) and house counsel admitted under APR 8(f) must earn:
Your MCLE roster will tell you your three-year reporting period in which you must earn the credits. You must earn your credits by Dec. 31 of the third year of your reporting period. You must certify your MCLE credits by Feb. 1 of the following year.
You may carry over up to 15 excess credits, including two ethics credits, to the next reporting period.
1975 or earlier
For the admission years marked with an asterisk (*) please refer to the reporting period also marked with an asterisk (*) in your reporting group.
Login to myWSBA.org to access your MCLE roster. You will find a link to MCLE under “My Profile."
Use the “Find CLEs” link to find an approved live or recorded course to take.
Use the “Add an Activity” link to add an activity to your roster.
You can also complete and submit an application for approval of a CLE activity via email or mail. To submit via email send the complete form to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Washington State Bar Association MCLE Team, 1325 Fourth Ave., Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98101.
Sponsors will usually submit attendance for live activities. For activities that are not already approved by the sponsor, submit an application for credit for an activity using the "Add Activity" link.
You must certify MCLE compliance by Feb. 1 of the year following your three-year reporting period.
You will need to pay a late fee if credits are not earned by Dec. 31 or you do not certify by the deadline.
The late fee for the first reporting period of non-compliance is $150 and increases by $300 for each consecutive reporting period of non-compliance.
You may pay your late fee online:
Submit the following to the WSBA:
MCLE Portal Guide for Members
Please contact an MCLE analyst at 206-733-5987 or email@example.com.
APR 11 and Regulations to APR 11 were effective through Dec. 31, 2015. All members with a reporting period ending on Dec. 31, 2015, must meet the credit requirements under these rules.
A new APR 11 went into effect on Jan. 1, 2016. All members, except those who are not yet compliant for the 2013–2015 or earlier reporting periods, must meet the credit requirements under the new rule.
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