New for 2014! Earn CLE Credit for Pro Bono Work

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The Ohio Supreme Court in the Rules for the Government of the Bar allows for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit to be earned for the provision of pro bono services. Six hours of pro bono service earns one hour of CLE credit. A maximum of 6 hours (36 hours of pro bono) can be earned during each biennial reporting period. The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland is an accredited sponsor for earning CLE credit for pro bono service to a person of limited means. The Volunteer Lawyers Program collects and verifies the information required from each attorney and reports the number of CLE credits earned to the CLE Commission. Contact Legal Aid’s Volunteer Lawyers Program to inquire about coming to a clinic or taking a case – and start earning CLE credit! For more details including necessary documentation and reporting requirements, visit: www.lasclev.org/CLEforProBono

 

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Call | 216.861.5332

Email | probono@lasclev.org

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