Mandatory Continuing Legal Education
Mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) is a requirement of many U.S. state bar associations and applies to attorneys and legal professionals licensed to practice law in jurisdictions within the U.S. Here’s a downloadable MCLE Certificate of Attendance.
We’ve sought accreditation for this event in some jurisdictions with MCLE, and 22 hours of MCLE are possible.
To Get MCLE Credit: Post-conference, we email you an electronic MCLE application, included in the thank-you letter, for you to complete and submit. We’ll report attendance in states where we are required to do so.
Attorneys licensed in MD and the District of Columbia aren’t required to maintain MCLE credits. If that’s you, then there’s no need to submit an MCLE application. If you are licensed in NJ or NY, please make sure to scan in and out of each session you attend. If you are licensed in PA, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org after the conference to receive their state’s Certificate of Attendance.
Important: Each state has its own MCLE rules and regulations, including its own definition of MCLE. As a result, certain IAPP programs may not receive credit in some states.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Continuing Privacy Education
If you’re looking for continuing privacy education (CPE) credits, this conference qualifies.
Available Credits at Summit:
Main Conference: 12 Group A CPEs
Active Learning: 6 Group A CPEs
IAPP Privacy Training (see details below): 13 Group A CPEs per class
To Get CPE Credit:
You don’t need to do anything. Credits will automatically be applied to each designation you hold (if you hold multiple, credits will be applied to all). To earn CPE credits for IAPP privacy training at this event, you must either already be certified during the event or earn your certification at the event by passing the exam offered on site. If your credits don’t appear on your CPE Summary within 30 days after the event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IAPP certification exams and networking activities don’t count for CPEs.
Read our official CPE policy.