For those seeking Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit, our entire content catalog is CLE-
approved. Review the FAQs below for important details.
Absolutely! All of our programs are approved for CLE credit in most U.S. jurisdictions. Refer to the FAQ below for a state-by-state summary of where our programs are eligible for credit.
Generally, all our programs are available for CLE credit in the states below. There are a few exceptions so before you launch a program, be sure to review the specific CLE information for that program.
* Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Utah do not accept 30-minute programs. While a majority of Luminate+ programs are 60 minutes and approved in these states, many programs are 30 minutes and thus ineligible in these states. Be sure to note the duration and CLE Info included on each program page.
We are steadily growing our collection of programs that satisfy specialty credits, such as Ethics, Diversity & Inclusion, Elimination of Bias, Mental Health and Technology. Below are direct links to all Luminate+ programs that offer specialty credit. Refer to the CLE Info tab included on the episode page of the programs below for the type of specialty credit offered in your state.
(Note, you must be logged into your account in order for the links below to work properly)
Diversity/Elimination of Bias
In certain states (indicated in the table in the FAQ above), we do not directly apply for CLE accreditation. Instead attorneys licensed in these states are eligible to self apply to obtain their CLE credit. At the conclusion of a Luminate+ program, attorneys will be able to download a state-specific certificate of attendance and should apply for credit in accordance with the relevant state’s self apply process.
Please refer to the link below to learn more about your state’s self apply process.
Luminate+ programs are ineligible for CLE credit in Kansas, Mississippi, Nevada, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Some states allow the CLE provider to report program attendance directly to the relevant CLE regulator, while others require the attorneys to self-report their attendance. We report program attendance in all states that allow the provider to do so, including Alabama, Arkansas, California*, Georgia, Illinois*, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia.
* California and Illinois attorneys are also required to self-report.
Attorneys are required to self-report their attendance in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Wyoming, Washington, New York, North Dakota and Vermont
We use the American Bar Association to manage the accreditation of all Luminate+ programs. In some states, a state regulator may identify the ABA as the CLE provider on their website. If you search by the title of the program, you should be able to find it.
If you have questions about the accreditation status of a program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the end of each program, you will be guided through prompts to download your certificate of attendance. For your convenience, all certificates are maintained in your CLE Tracker for easy access, where you can also download a report of all the programs you have completed and their associated CLE credit.
For a complete list of MCLE Regulatory Agencies and their websites and contact information, please visit https://www.americanbar.org/events-cle/mcle/
For technical questions including issues about how to access your CLE Tracker, update your state bar information on the platform, download certificates of attendance, or related issues, please email email@example.com. For issues relating to CLE accreditation or program status, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.