Utah State Bar Approved CLE Self Study Resources

 

Utah State Bar Practice Portal

Following are the steps to register and take an online course through your Utah State Bar Practice Portal.

Go to www.utahbar.org, select Practice Portal. It may ask you to log in at this point. Once logged in, select “Practice Portal” again. Scroll down to a box on the left entitled, “CLE Management.” Select “Online Events” in the center at the top of that box. Then select “Register for Online Courses” at the bottom of the box. It will take you to our courses. In the “search” box at the top, enter “professionalism.” Please note the format as our courses are offered in audio only or in audio and video format at the price of $37.50 (per credit hour). Once you have paid and viewed the course, you must answer the questionnaire after in order to download your certificate of attendance.

 

Here are the links to the two other Bar approved sites:

Webcredenza offers Audio Webcasts & MP3 Downloads for $65 per credit hour
https://ut.webcredenza.com/default

 

Mesa offers On Demand & Live Webcasts for $50 per credit hour
https://www.mesacle.com/regs/ondemand.php?BarID=14401&CustomerID=0&CartID=0&Status=0

 

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law offers self-study CLE through our video archive on YouTube. Members of the Utah State Bar can watch one of the archived videos, request a CLE completion certificate, and submit the CLE request ($10 fee) to the Utah State Bar using Self-Study Form 5. The CLE videos may be accepted by other states. Check with your local bar association. By accepting a College of Law CLE completion certificate, you are certifying that you watched the CLE course in its entirety. Self-study is subject to state bar approval.
https://law.utah.edu/alumni/cle/

 

BYU Law Library – Please contact the Library at (801-422-3593) to see if they have changed their policy requiring material to be picked up in person.
https://lawlibrary.byu.edu/information/self-study-cle-materials-for-2020/


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