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Arkansas CLE Compliance Deadline Approaches

The Arkansas Rules for Minimum Continuing Legal Education require that all attorneys licensed to practice by the Supreme Court of Arkansas obtain a minimum of twelve (12) hours, including one (1) hour of ethics, during each reporting period, which runs from July 1 to June 30 each year. See the Rules here. So basically, if you’re behind, you’ve got about a week to get your hours in. Here’s some options:

6/22-26 /AR Bar Association / Best of CLE / Little Rock
6/24 / AR Society of CPAs / Form 990 / Little Rock
6/24 / NBI, Inc. / Student Records / Little Rock
6/25 / Barristers Educ. Srvs. / Transactional Law / Little Rock
6/25 / NBI, Inc. / Auto Injury Claims / Little Rock
6/25 / AR Society of CPAs / Government Fraud / Little Rock
6/26 / Barristers Educ. Srvs. / Wills and Trusts / Little Rock
6/26 / AR Society of CPAs / Estate Planning / Little Rock
6/26 / NBI, Inc. / Auto Injury Claims / Fayetteville
6/27 / Barristers Educ. Srvs. / Patents, TM & © / Little Rock
6/29 / Barristers Educ. Srvs. / Famous People / Little Rock
6/29 / AR Society of CPAs / Form 990 / Springdale
6/29-30 / AR Bar Association / Best of CLE / Springdale
6/30 / Barristers Educ. Srvs. / Recent AR Law / Little Rock
6/30 / NBI, Inc. / SSI Disability / Little Rock
6/30 / AR Bar Association / AR Real Estate / WEBINAR
6/30 / AR Bar Association / Ethics/Financial Advisors / WEBINAR
6/30 / AR Bar Association / Reverse Mortgages / WEBINAR
So, better get a move on. Failure to comply could result in a notice of noncompliance, adminstrative hearing, and license suspension.
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One Comment

  1. Caroline Caroline

    On this one thing, I am ahead . . . I thank God for the small blessings, too!

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