Illinois attorneys with last names beginning with A through M are running out of time to report their continuing legal education compliance. According to the MCLE Board, attorneys who did not complete the required credits by June 30, 2012 are automatically given a “grace period” until September 30, 2012. If this applies to you, one of two late fees applies:
- $100 if the attorney reported non-compliance by July 31, 2012; or
- $150 if the attorney failed to report compliance, non-compliance or a valid exemption by July 31, 2012.
Attorneys using the September 30, 2012, grace period can report and pay the appropriate late fee online. To access the MCLE Board online reporting system, click here and complete the steps by September 30, 2012.
Real Estate Institute is approved by the Illinois MCLE Board as an Accredited CLE Provider. If you need last-minute CLE, click here to view a list of online/on-demand presentations. Discount packages are also available for the new 6-hour Ethics requirement and the entire 30-credit-hour requirement (including Ethics). For a free presentation preview, please click here.