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Continuing Legal Education

Delaware Law’s CLE programs help practicing attorneys remain current within a dynamic and ever-changing profession. Led by our nationally recognized faculty—as well as active judges, prosecutors, and partners in major firms—our programs are certified by the Delaware Commission on Legal Education and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.


24 credit hours, each compliance period (2 years), of which 4 must be enhanced ethics and 12 must be live credits. (Live requirements waived until 12/31/2022).

Commission on Continuing Legal Education
Supreme Court of the State of Delaware
The Renaissance Centre
405 N. King Street, Suite 420
Wilmington, DE 19801


12 credit hours every year and 2 hours MUST be ethics. All 12 credits may be completed through long-distance learning.

Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board
Pennsylvania Judicial Center
601 Commonwealth Ave, Suite 3400
P.O. Box 62495
Harrisburg, PA 17106-2495


24 credit hours during 2-year reporting period – 5 need to be in the areas of ethics and/or professionalism, and of those 5 ethics credits, a minimum of 2 must be concentrated in diversity, inclusion, and elimination of bias. 12 credits must be taken by attending in-person courses. 

NOTE: Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education has suspended the live-credit requirement. Until further notice, all 24 credits may be earned by CLE webcasts, CLE on-demand videos, CLE on CDs, and CLE MP3 audio seminars.

New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education
A Division of the NJSBA
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Upcoming CLE Events

Next Gen Lawyering: DEI, Professional Identity, and the Practice of Law

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are increasingly being recognized as core values in building a just legal system and in the practice of law. This symposium will bring together legal educators, judges, practicing lawyers, and law students to better understand and integrate DEI as an important part of a lawyer’s work and in achieving justice. Widener Law Review will explore these issues in our upcoming DEI Symposium on April 14, 2023. This all day event will feature Chief Justice Collins J. Seitz, Jr. of the Delaware Supreme Court as well as other members of the Delaware legal community. With much enthusiasm, we invite you to join us and to save the date.

5 CLE ETHICS credits in Delaware, Pennsylvania – New Jersey may self-report.

Register Online for the Event

Two Experts and Two Topics

An Update on the Patent Cooperation Treaty and Professional Responsibility and Practice before the USPTO

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

12:00 to 2:00 pm

Barrister's Club

Widener University Delaware Law School, 4601 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803

Download the flyer (pdf)

Register Online

This list is updated as CLE events are added to the schedule. Please check back regularly to view - and register for - the most up-to-date opportunities.

Please Contact

Carol Perrupato
CLE Coordinator
Phone: 302.477.2178
E-mail: [email protected]