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ILLINOIS MCLE REQUIREMENT 

M

The
Cycle

The Illinois MCLE reporting period is

TWO YEARS and attorneys must report compliance in every other year.  

C

The
Reporting

Every two years from July 1 to JUNE 30 – in even numbered years for those with A-M last names and in odd numbered years for those with N-Z last names.

L

The
Credits

Attorneys must complete THIRTY (30) HOURS of MCLE credit, including at least six (6) hours of professional responsibility (“PR”) credit. 

E

Special
Categories

Of the SIX (6) HOURS of PR credit, Illinois attorneys must complete one (1) hour of diversity/inclusion PR credit and one (1) hour of mental health/substance abuse PR credit. 

 

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