What MCLE products does CEB offer?
We offer three ways to access our quality CLE content:
CLEPassport, which offers unlimited 24/7 access to our entire library of on-demand programs
Compliance Packages, which offer curated bundles of 25 hours of content in your chosen practice area, including credits in ethics, competency issues, and elimination of bias in the profession.
CoursePass, which offers a 6- or 12-credit pass to our entire library of MCLE content.
See the CEB MCLE product page for more information on each plan.
Does CEB sell access to individual courses or programs?
No, it is not possible to purchase an individual program. Users may purchase Course Passes in 6- and 12- hour increments, Compliance Packages that satisfy all MCLE requirements, or CLEPassports that provide unlimited access to CEB’s MCLE on-demand library. See the CEB MCLE product page for more information on each plan.
Is CEB a certified California Bar MCLE Provider?
Yes. As a non-profit program of the University of California, CEB is one of the state’s oldest certified MCLE Providers. Our provider number is 26.
Is CEB a certified MCLE provider in any states other than California?
CEB is not certified outside of California; however, California MCLE is recognized in many other states. Please see Quimbee.com for a helpful synopsis of state MCLE reciprocity rules.
For which areas of law is CEB certified by the California State Bar to provide specialization credit?
We are currently certified to provide specialization credit in the following areas:
Workers' Compensation Law
Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law
How often does CEB update courses?
New on-demand programs are added each week. We also update approximately one-third of our on-demand library each year by reviewing each course for continued relevancy and accuracy and updating the programs as needed. Some individual courses may remain available for more than three years if the contents are accurate and the presentation has unique value.
Do CEB MCLE courses provide participatory credit?
Yes. All CEB on-demand courses provide participatory credit.
Where does CEB get presenters for its CLE courses?
CEB works with active practitioners who have an established record of competence and expertise in their practice area to present CLE courses. Additionally, each course is vetted and reviewed by CEB staff attorneys to ensure the information presented is accurate and up to date. If you are interested in becoming a presenter, please contact customer service, and they will put you in contact with a CEB staff attorney.
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Can I use CEB to record and track credits from other CLE providers?
No, not at the moment. CEB only records the completion of programs purchased from CEB and viewed in the CEB system.