MCLE Credit for Mentorship

Mentors and mentees now have the opportunity to receive MCLE credit when they engage in mentorship activities. As of Jan. 1, 2016, MCLE rules changed to approve specific structured mentoring programs as being eligible for credit.



To earn MCLE credit, lawyers can follow instructions in the Self-Directed Structured Mentoring Program Guide, which includes:



For more information on mentorship programming, email MentorLink@wsba.org. For more information on MCLE rules and regulations, email mcle@wsba.org.

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Mentorship Curriculum

Resources to enhance your mentoring experience

Find Answers to Other Questions about MCLE Credit for Mentorship

Read all of the information about APR 11 rules and regulations that govern MCLE requirements, including new guidelines for receiving credit for mentorship activities. MentorLink's Mentorship-in-a-Box is designed to guide organizations in developing MCLE-approved mentorship programs.

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New MCLE Rules

Receive MCLE credit for being a mentee or mentor by following APR 11 guidelines.

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Mentorship-in-a-Box Resources

Access MentorLink's Program Guide to help organizations design, implement, and evaluate a mentoring program