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New 2021 Kentucky 12-Hour CLE Package 

Jul 08, 2020

This package has courses approved by the Kentucky Bar Association and satisfies 12-hours online CLE toward your 24-hour self-study requirement, including 4 ethics and/or professionalism requirements. This package is for the combined reporting period ending June 21, 2021. 


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court of Kentucky has issued an order extending the 2019-2020 CLE deadline to June 30, 2021 (previously June 30, 2020). All Kentucky attorneys should now complete a total of 24 credits, including 4 ethics, by June 30, 2021, and certify their compliance to the bar by August 10, 2021. 

Kentucky Continuing Legal Education Requirements: Kentucky CLE Deadline: June 30 Total CLE hours required: 12 hours over 2 years Online CLE self-study hours allowed: 12 hours annually Kentucky CLE professionalism/ethics requirements: 2-hours ethics and/or professionalism that can be completed through self-study online.


Courses in Package:

Five Effective and Ethical Ways to Begin Developing Business for Your Law Practice

CSR and Compliance

Professionalism/Ethics Series: Corporate Structure Selection for a Sustainable and Ethical Business in a Diverse World

Professionalism/Ethics Series: Discover, Decode and Defeat Bias for a More Diverse Profession

Professionalism/Ethics Series: Avoiding Professional and Ethical Problems Caused by Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Professionalism/Ethics Series: How to Avoid the Legal Malpractice Case

Professionalism/Ethics Series: Mental Health and Substance Abuse: Tips and Skills to Avoid Professional Liability

The Supreme Court of the United States

The Attorney’s Professional Liability Policy: Tools and Techniques to Protect Your Coverage

Plain Language Estate Planning: How to Explain Estate Planning Principles and Documents to Your Client 


What are the Kentucky's CLE Requirements, see the Kentucky CLE requirements page for your state’s continuing legal education requirements.

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