The State Bar's e-learning portal offers online education and training on a variety of topics to support your knowledge and understanding of your professional responsibilities and ethical obligations to facilitate the competent practice of law.
E-learning courses can be completed on your own time and at your own pace. If you leave the course at any time, your progress will be saved until you return. Once you complete the course, you can access your MCLE certificate to save and print it to document course completion for purposes of your MCLE requirement. You can also save and print the course resource materials. Note that the MCLE certificate and resource materials will only be available for 30 days after you finish a course.
To access the e-learning portal, log into your My State Bar Profile. There you will find a link to the e-learning portal that will take you to your personalized course dashboard.
More Information: State Bar E-Learning Portal FAQ
New Course: Fundamentals of Client Trust Accounting
This new e-learning course is available to all licensees and covers the rules and statutes governing client trust accounting duties; how to properly receive, maintain, and account for client or third-party funds; and a step-by-step system for accounting clients' money.
This course is offered free of charge, and upon completion, you will earn one hour of participatory MCLE credit in ethics.
New Course: Disrupting Implicit Bias
This new e-learning course, available to all licensees, has been developed to facilitate compliance with changes to the Rules of the State Bar that became operative on January 1, 2022. This course meets the requirements of State Bar Rule 2.72, subsections (A)(1)(b) and (B)(2)(a)(ii)(1). It provides an overview of different types of bias, with a specific focus on implicit bias and the promotion of bias-reducing strategies to address how unintended biases regarding race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and/or other characteristics undermine confidence in the legal system and impact the legal profession.
This course is offered free of charge, and upon completion, you will earn one hour of participatory MCLE credit in elimination of bias for the bias-reducing strategies subtopic.
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