ASIL Programs >Jurisdictions and Reporting
ASIL is an Accredited CLE Provider with the following listed MCLE states. All other states may or may not accept the credit from these MCLE states*. It is the responsibility of the attorney to investigate this prior to registering/attending for an ASIL CLE Institute. Questions regarding your state's specific reporting requirements should be directed to your state bar or MCLE board.
Many states typically decide whether a program qualifies for CLE credit in their jurisdiction 4-8 weeks after the program application is submitted. For many live Institutes, credit approval is not received prior to the program.
ASIL is presumptively approved based on sponsor status. Unless requested by the California State Bar, ASIL is not required to submit records.
Attorneys are required to self-report their attendance to the Florida Bar.
ASIL will file attorney attendance reports indicating the names of Illinois lawyers who are to receive credit, their Illinois ARDC Registration number, and the amount of credit they are to receive within the following quarterly basis:
- 1Q: Attendance due date 4/15
- 2Q: Attendance due date 7/15
- 3Q: Attendance due date 10/15
- 4Q: Attendance due date 1/15
ASIL shall also pay the $1.00 per credit hour attendance fee with each quarterly attendance report.
ASIL will file a Roster Report that indicates the names of Pennsylvania lawyers who are to receive credit, their Pennsylvania Lawyer ID numbers and the amount of credit they are to receive within thirty (30) days of the course. ASIL shall also pay the $1.50 per credit hour attendance fee with each attendance report.
Unless requested by the Virginia MCLE Board, ASIL is not required to submit records. Attorneys are required to self-report their attendance to the Virginia Bar using Virginia’s Certification Of Attendance Form 2 or online at https://member.vsb.org/vsbportal/. Virginia Will Not Accept UCOA Forms (MCLE Requirement Pursuant to Paragraph 17, of Section IV, Part Six, Rules of The Supreme Court of Virginia and the MCLE Board Regulations).
Under New York’s’ approved jurisdiction policy, New York grants CLE credits for course approved by Pennsylvania, Virginia and California. When reporting credits to New York, please note that they are considered professional practice credits and that the level of difficulty is appropriate for newly admitted attorneys.