Attend approved CLE courses, in-person or delivered via live or recorded technology.
Teach at an accredited CLE course. Attorneys may earn credit for actual instruction time and preparation time.
Participate in a mentoring program sponsored by the State Bar of Texas.
Attorneys may earn a maximum of 5 credits, including 1 ethics credit.
Complete self-study activities. Attorneys can earn a maximum of three credits of self-study credit. Self-study is a CLE activity that is performed by an individual attorney acting alone or while attending non-accredited professional educational activities, including reading legal articles, digests, advance sheets, cases, treatises, statutes and regulations. Self-study also includes attending non-accredited legal education activities and non-legal professional education activities that are relevant to specific areas of law or to the legal practice.
Publish legal written materials.
Teach at an ABA-accredited law school.
Attend an ABA-accredited law school. Attorneys can earn a maximum of 30 hours attending live, in-person instruction.