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District of Columbia CLE Library: No State Requirement

Courses Are for Educational or Self-Study Purposes Only

The state of District of Columbia does not currently have a Mandatory, or Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirement. If you'd like to earn CLE credit in another state that does have a requirement, please select that state below.

District of Columbia legal professionals can still access our entire CLE library of 450 courses covering 30 practice areas by creating a free account. Our faculty of speakers add over 50 new courses each year to ensure up-to-date content.

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Brian Quinn

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Brian Quinn

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Mary Beth O'Conner

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Brian Quinn

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Brian Quinn

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Brian Quinn

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Laurie Besden

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Presented by:
Laurie Besden & Tracy Kepler

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Presented by:
Richard Carlton

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Laurie Besden

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San Diego County Law Library & James Eischen

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San Diego County Law Library & James Eischen

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Presented by:
Gary Stromberg

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Ray English & Phoenix Coverley

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Presented by:
Janet E. Sobel

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Judi Cohen

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San Diego County Law Library & Ray English & Phoenix Coverley

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Harvey Hyman

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Presented by:
Janet E. Sobel

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