Continuing Legal Education Info

The ACBA is nationally recognized for its excellence in providing continuing legal education programs. The bar association conducts more than 100 live webinar programs a year, including in-person courses (when it is safe to hold them) and real-time webinars. The ACBA also has a robust video library with more than 100 previously recorded CLEs in dozens of practice areas, allowing lawyers to earn distance learning credits 24/7 from anywhere. Additionally, when it is safe to hold them, the ACBA offers Live Video Replay CLEs, where lawyers can earn in-person credit by coming into the ACBA offices and watching recordings of previous CLEs. And now, all of our CLE programs will be approved for both Pennsylvania and West Virginia CLE credit.

Ethics and substantive programs are developed by the ACBA CLE Department and by various ACBA Committees, Divisions and Sections. Speakers range from ACBA members to non-member attorneys to expert witnesses and knowledgeable legal service providers; these speakers range from the county, state and national levels.

For the full ACBA Calendar, listing all in-person and live webinar CLEs, as well as non-CLE events, click here. . For the ACBA’s previously recorded online CLE library, click here.


2022-23 CLE Requirements

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has ruled that, for all compliance periods ending in 2022 and 2023, Pa. attorneys must earn at least six credits at in-person or real-time webinar CLEs. Up to six credits can be completed through previously recorded CLE courses. Only credits earned through live courses or real-time live webinars may be carried forward for up to two compliance periods. Click here for more information.


CLE Forms

To access the ACBA CLE proposal form, click here.


CLE Materials

The ACBA maintains an inventory of current CLE materials at the bar association headquarters. These are available for purchase at the ACBA offices by all member attorneys. Contact Hannah Brizzi at hbrizzi@acba.org for more information.


CLE Scholarships

To assist lawyers in good standing at the bar of Allegheny County who maintain their principal office in Allegheny County and are experiencing financial difficulty in acquiring the hours of required continuing legal education, the Allegheny County Bar Foundation Lawyers Fund has adopted a program that provides limited scholarship assistance to applicants who qualify. For further information about this program, contact the Christina Daub at cdaub@acba.org.


Ohio CLE Credits

Are you interested in receiving Ohio CLE credit for attending an ACBA CLE program?  If so, the ACBA will submit your credits to Ohio for a fee of $25 per course.  For more information, please contact Hannah Brizzi at hbrizzi@acba.org or 412-402-6614.


CLE Contacts

Christina Daub
Director of Membership and CLE
412-402-6610
cdaub@acba.org

Hannah Brizzi
CLE & Program Manager
412-402-6614
hbrizzi@acba.org