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Continuing Legal Education

The University of Pennsylvania Penn Law School is a licensed CLE provider in Pennsylvania.*

Throughout the year, Penn Law offers CLE credits at various seminars, conferences, symposia, and special events.

These programs are offered directly by Penn Law and are presented by Penn Law’s faculty, law journals, and student groups covering a broad array of substantive and ethical legal issues and practice areas.

Penn Law CLE programs are generally held during the academic year.

Check the CLE Calendar for the number and diversity of programs offered at Penn Law.

Planning a CLE event

If you are planning an event within Penn Law and would like to request CLE accreditation, please do the following:

  • Review the CLE guidelines. Please note the requirement that thorough, high-quality written materials must be provided either before or at the time of the program. 
  • Download the CLE request form
  • Return form to Penn Law CLE
  • Once the event has been publicized, no further changes may be made to the schedule or the event may not be accredited. 

*Attorneys seeking credit outside of Pennsylvania may usually receive credit in their jurisdictions through reciprocity or contact us regarding submission of credits to their CLE Board to assess the availability of credit.