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Arkansas CLE Compliance Deadline Approaches

Last updated on October 1, 2017

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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