Nevada CLE requirements - general information
|CLE credit requirement||13 credits every year|
|Categories||10 General CLE |
|CLE compliance deadline||December 31|
|CLE reporting deadline||December 31|
|Approved Quimbee formats||On-demand|
|Carryover||20 General CLE |
|CLE reporting instructions|
Quimbee reports the previous week's attendance to the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education through their website each Wednesday. Please retain your certificate as proof of your attendance. You may also access your certificates from our website at any time.
Nevada CLE requirements
What is my requirement as a Nevada-licensed attorney?
Nevada attorneys must complete 13 credits each year, including 2 ethics CLE
credits and 1 substance abuse CLE
How can Quimbee help me complete my CLE requirement?
Nevada-licensed attorneys can complete all of their CLE requirement through Quimbee's on-demand courses.
Quimbee is an accredited provider in Nevada.
How else can I earn CLE credit?
- Attend approved, live, in-person CLE courses.
- Teach an approved CLE course.
- Write or edit qualifying published legal materials.
- Provide pro bono services.
When must I complete my CLE requirement?Nevada attorneys must complete their MCLE requirement by December 31.
Can I carry over credit from my last reporting cycle?Yes, Nevada attorneys may carry up to 20 general credits, 4 ethics credits and 2 substance abuse credits to the next 2 reporting cycles.
Newly Admitted Attorneys
I'm a new attorney. When do I report CLE credit?Newly admitted Nevada attorneys are exempt from completing CLE credits during the year in which they were admitted and for the next full calendar year. Instead of earning CLE credits, they must participate in a program entitled, "TIPS" through the State Bar of Nevada.
CLE compliance and reporting
When do I report the CLE credits that I have earned?Each attorney must Affirmation of Attendance and Compliance by December 31 each year.
How do I report the CLE credits that I have earned?Providers report attendance to the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education. The Affirmation of Attendance and Compliance may be completed online at the Board’s website.