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Accreditation and CLE Rules for Connecticut
National Academy of Continuing Legal Education is an accredited sponsor of CLE across the United States.
Attorneys licensed in Connecticut may earn all 12 credit hours through NACLE using our DVDs, Audio CDs, Online & iOS/Android App formats. NACLE’s courses have been approved in other CLE jurisdictions and therefore are automatically approved in Connecticut – see Practice Book §2-27A(b)(1) and (c)(6).
Connecticut attorneys are required to take 12 credit hours every year including 2 credit hours of Ethics. The reporting cycle is from January 1st through December 31st and each member must certify compliance by January 31st.
Connecticut attorneys can earn all 12 CLE credit hours with us using our DVDs, Audio CDs, USB Stick, Online, and iOS/Android App courses.
Connecticut attorneys may carry over up to two credit hours of excess MCLE from the current calendar year to the next calendar year’s total.
Connecticut Judicial Branch
Commission on Minimum Continuing Legal Education
Supreme Court Building
231 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Environmental Due Diligence in Real Estate Transactions
MCLE Courses Available on DVDs, Audio CDs, USB Stick, Online & iOS/Android App!
About This Course
Contamination in a property may be the cause of numerous health and environmental hazards. Just as numerous are the Federal and State laws that apply to such sites. This CLE course will explain these legalities as well as requirements for attorneys representing potential purchasers or companies with potentially contaminated facilities such as evaluating potential risk and constructing protective contracts. The course will review Phase I and II environmental reports, CERCLA issues and due diligence.