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Accreditation and CLE Rules for Ohio
National Academy of Continuing Legal Education has been recognized as a self-study established sponsor (sponsor number 14232) by the Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education.
*COVID-19 Rule Change: The self-study caps are waived for judges, magistrates, and attorneys for the 2021-2022 compliance period ending December 31, 2022 OH Supreme Court Notice.
Additionally, on 8/30/2022 The Supreme Court of OH sent a notice that it has permanently removed the self-study CLE cap for all attorneys moving forward in 2023 and beyond OH Supreme Court Notice. Therefore all OH attorneys can now satisfy their entire requirement with our DVDs, Audio CDs, USB Stick, Online, and iOS/Android App courses.
Ohio attorneys are required to complete 24 credits including 2.5 credits of Professional Conduct every 2 years.
Ohio attorneys can earn all 24 CLE credit hours with us including 2.5 credits of Professional Conduct using our DVDs, Audio CDs, USB Stick, Online, and iOS/Android App courses.
An attorney’s reporting period depends on the first letter of the attorney’s last name. Ohio attorneys with last names beginning with A-L are due on December 31st of each odd numbered year and attorneys with last names beginning M-Z are required to complete their requirement on each even numbered year.
Continuing Legal Education
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street, 5th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215-3431
Litigation Finance 101: How Funding Can Help Clients and Lawyers
Litigation finance lets third-party funders help lawyers and their clients meet the mounting costs of litigation. Its use is rapidly expanding in the United States, with funders investing in claims on both a single-case and portfolio basis.
Our presenters—a litigation funder, and an advisor to clients who use funding—will explain the various ways funders invest in litigation, describe what funding transactions look like, and discuss the legal and ethical rules relevant to funding.