PROVIDER'S CERTIFICATION

C.C.I.'s Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a State Bar of California approved CLE provider (Provider Number 4932).    The activities contained in this computer-based interactive program are approved by The State Bar of California for CLE credit in the maximum amount of hours as indicated below:  Based on the California Bar's "Actual time spent" rule*(see below) you may earn less credits than the amounts shown below if you spend less time than that indicated below.

PARTICIPATORY CLE ACTIVITIES:

FLORIDA 30 HOUR CLE PROGRAM

PARTICIPATORY ACTIVITY

HOURS

SUBJECT CREDITS/HOURS

FEDERAL AMERICANS WITH DISABILITY ACT

2.95

GENERAL/2.95

ATTORNEY FEES & FEE ARBITRATION PROGRAMS

3.25

ETHICS/3.25

ELIMINATING BIAS IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

1.8

ELIMINATING BIAS/1.8

ATTORNEY COMPETENCE

1.8

ETHICS/1.8

FEDERAL FAMILY MEDICAL & LEAVE ACT

3.75

GENERAL/3.75

IDENTITY THEFT

2.95

GENERAL/2.95

IMPORTANT INTERNET ISSUES

3.25

GENERAL/2.75 ETHICS/.5

ONLINE LEGAL RESEARCH

3.25

GENERAL/3.25

SUBSTANCE ABUSE & CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY

1.8

SUB. ABUSE/1.8

UNBUNDLING-LIMITED SCOPE LEGAL SERVICES

2.25

GENERAL/1.75 ETHICS/.5

PAPER POWER FOR YOUR OFFICE

 3.25  

GENERAL/OFFICE MGE/3.25

TOTAL MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE "PARTICIPATORY" FLORIDA CLE CREDIT/HOURS:  30.3


Florida CLE credits are offered pursuant to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar Rule 6-10.3 (e) below:

"Rules Regulating The Florida Bar  6 LEGAL SPECIALIZATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS

6-10 CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT RULE

RULE 6-10.3 MINIMUM CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION STANDARDS

(e) Accreditation of Hours. Accreditation shall be as set forth in the policies adopted pursuant to this rule. If a course is presented or sponsored by or has received credit approval from an organized state bar (whether integrated or voluntary), such course shall be deemed an approved course for purposes of this rule."

To view the Florida Bar's rules, with your computer connected to the internet, CLICK THIS LINK (link working as of release date of this program)


*THE CALIFORNIA BAR'S  "ACTUAL TIME SPENT" RULE:

The California Bar advises that participatory MCLE credits may be earned based on your ACTUAL TIME SPENT on each participatory activity; therefore, while the credits indicated above and on the Official Participatory Log reflect our attorney-editor's determination of a reasonable time to complete each participatory activity, if you actually spend LESS TIME than that designated above and on the Official Participatory Log, you are instructed to cross-out the pre-printed time, and write in your actual (lesser) time spent.  In such cases, you will be given credit for the actual shorter time(s) you indicate you spent on each such activity; but in no case will credit be allowed for times greater than that pre-printed, no matter how much time you spent on any activity.