TRTCLE reports CLE credits to the following states: DE, GA, IN, KS, NC, OH, PR, SC, UT, WV, OR, AL, IL, PA, LA, NE, OK, TN, TX, WA*. If your state is not included in the list above, you will need to self-report your completed CLE credits. When you complete a course for your reporting jurisdiction, you will find the state-specific directions for reporting available on the certificate page.
*Washington State requires attorneys to self-report their self-study CLE credits; therefore, for all online courses you complete with TRTCLE, you must report your credits. If you completed a Live or Teleconference course, we will report your completed CLE credits.
Please note that if you are licensed in multiple states including any of the following: Nebraska, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, and/or Utah, and you need credits reported to multiple states, there may be additional reporting fees required. If you purchase a state-specific bundle/subscription, that state's reporting fees are included in the price you paid. However, if you purchase a state-specific bundle/subscription and need credits reported to an additional state that has reporting fees, you will need to pay the additional state's reporting fees. For example, if you need credits from an Oregon Bundle to be reported to both OSB and Utah MCLE, you will need to pay the Utah reporting fee(s) to have your attendance reported to Utah MCLE.
Each month, we contact attorneys who have listed multiple states in their profile and have completed courses that are approved in multiple states if there is a reporting fee required. However, you can also contact us at email@example.com or call 888-397-6399 if you wish to pay for the reporting fees in advance, or if you have any questions.
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For North Carolina and Georgia, your attendance will be reported for all approved courses. However, North Carolina attorneys will receive a bill from the North Carolina State Bar for attendance fees for out-of-state courses after you return your annual report forms each year. Georgia attorneys will have to pay the State Bar of Georgia directly for out-of-state course regulation fees.