Attorneys can request Minimum Continuing Legal (MCLE) credit for attending an educational activity that is not already approved for MCLE credit either by the State Bar or by the Office of Legal Specialization. Make sure your activity qualifies for credit and is not already approved.
If you are a judge seeking MCLE credit for an activity given by the Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER), a division of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC), no request is needed. The CJER is an approved provider. Contact the CJER for MCLE credit information.