MCLEZ is a provider of accredited continuing legal education courses throughout the United States. From its inception, we have been firmly committed to addressing the needs of attorneys and has positioned itself as a leading provider of cost-effective and time-efficient continuing legal education courses. MCLEZ provides full course credit Online depending on the respective state.
MCLEZ provides continuing legal education that meets state Continuing Legal Education requirements in the states
of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
If you would like to view documentation regarding a specific states accreditation please contact us via email at or call toll free at
Toll Free: 877-406-2539.
Many states will allow attorneys to receive CLE credit by listening to courses approved in one of these states. Please speak with your state's board of CLE to ensure that they
will accept credit from an out of state provider if not listed above.
MCLEZ believes that all attorneys should be able to access quality continuing legal education, even if they are experiencing a financial hardship.
You may contact us at Toll Free: 877-406-2539 if you have any additional questions about our hardship policy.
Get your credits efficiently
If you have just realized that you need to complete your credit in the very near future, DON'T PANIC. We can help you get the courses that you need and the forms completed in
days - not weeks or months. Don't spend hours or days at live programs - listen when and where you like. After completing your course, you can log into your account, submit your affidavit then instantly receive your certified copy.
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We have priced all of our courses to fit your budget. You get quality programs, interesting and useful topics, dynamic speakers and supplemental documents and outlines.