Are credits for satellite programs considered self-study/in-house hours?
No. As long as you attend the program at one of the official designated locations, you will be given regular live CLE credit for all live satellites, satellite rebroadcasts, video replays and video conferences.
Can I get credit for ICLE programs in other states?
ICLE can only guarantee credit in Georgia. To request credit in other states, please fill out the Uniform Certificate of Attendance form and submit it, along with the program agenda, to the bar of the state from which you are requesting credit. That state will then approve or deny the request as they see fit.
How can I determine the number of CLE hours offered by an ICLE program?
The CLE credit hours offered by each program are listed on the registration page. The hours are listed in the order below:
Total CLE Hours/Legal Ethics Hours/ Professionalism Hours/ Trial Practice Hours
Total CLE Hours –The total CLE credit hours that a program provides. The other 3 designations represent specialty credits and are not added to the Total CLE Hours.
Legal Ethics Hours – The number of legal ethics hours the program provides.
Professionalism Hours – The number of professionalism hours the program provides.
Trial Practice Hours – The number of trial practice hours the program provides.
How can I tell how much credit I will get for a specific seminar?
The credit hours for each program are listed on our website next to each seminar title as well as on the program's agenda. The breakdown is as follows:
total CLE hours/ethics hours/professionalism hours/trial practice hours
These are not to be added together. The first number signifies the total regular hours for the program. If you attend the program in full, this is how many CLE hours you will get. All hours are considered regular hours; however, of the total regular hours, some may also contribute to specialty credits as designated.
How do I register for a program online?
First, log into your State Bar of Georgia account at www.gabar.org. If you do not remember your Username or Password, please contact the State Bar of Georgia’s Membership Department at:
If you are not a member of the State Bar of Georgia and you would like to register for an ICLE program, please contact ICLE at:
Once you are logged in, select ICLE Programs from the CLE dropdown menu located near the top of the webpage. All ICLE programs are listed here. Choose which program suits your educational needs and click the program tile.
You will then transition to the program landing page, which contains a “Register Now” button at the bottom. Click the “Register Now” button to transition to the program details page. Select the desired ticket option, and click “Register Now” at the bottom of the program details page.
You will then transition to a page that requests your registration details and payment. Once payment is complete, a receipt will be automatically sent to the email address you have on file with the State Bar of Georgia’s Membership Department. If you choose a webcast program, the webcast link will be included in the emailed receipt.
If you have logged into your State Bar of Georgia account and still have issues registering, please email ICLE at email@example.com. You can also complete the registration portion of the brochure located on the program landing page. Mail the form along with full payment to:
P.O. Box 117210
Atlanta, GA 30368-7210
ICLE cannot accept payment via email or fax.
How is CLE credit reported, and what is the reporting timeline?
Please allow 15 business days post-program completion for ICLE to report Georgia CLE credits. Reported credits will reflect the program date or webcast purchase date as applicable. Due to the nature of the reporting process, we are unable to expedite this timeline.
Please contact ICLE if more than 15 business days have elapsed since you completed an ICLE program and the program is not reflected in your CLE Summary.
How long does it take for credit to be reported?
ICLE requires 10 business days for processing and reporting credit for our live programs. Satellite programs and video conferences require 14 business days. Reporting time for these seminars is contingent on how promptly attendance confirmations are mailed back from each location to which it is broadcast. We cannot report credit for any seminar until all attendance has been verified and the seminar has been reconciled. Unfortunately, due to the nature of our reporting process, there are no exceptions to our policy and we are unable to expedite the reporting of credit on an individual basis.
I can't remember what email address I used to register in your system, or I no longer have access to that email account. Is it OK to just create a new account with a new email address?
Please do not create a new account. This can and will result in duplicate accounts for you and can interfere with accurate reporting of your attendance at seminars. If you have trouble accessing your account, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (any time) or call 678-529-6688 (during normal business hours) and someone will be able to assist you.
I have questions about an ICLE seminar and registration. Who do I contact?
ICLE is a program of the State Bar of Georgia. Any questions about programming and registration for upcoming seminars should be directed to ICLE at email@example.com.
I have questions about the hours reported or general inquiries about my CLE status and yearly requirements.
ICLE will report your credits to the Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency (CCLC) of the State Bar of Georgia for the programs ICLE sponsors; credit requests for programs attended out of state or for programs not sponsored by ICLE should be submitted to CCLC at the State Bar of Georgia. Questions about credit for programs not organized by ICLE (how much you will receive, why it hasn't been reported, etc.) will need to be directed to that program's sponsor. In addition, general inquiries about your CLE status and the yearly CLE requirements, including questions about hours needed, how hours are applied and/or why you are showing a deficiency should also be directed to the State Bar's CLE regulation department at 404-527-8710 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I just watched a webcast. How do I report my credit?
ICLE reports credit for all our self-study programs to the State Bar of Georgia weekly. This is done automatically according to purchase date; there is no need for any action on your part.
Once imported into the State Bar's database, credit can take up to 24 hours to show up on your summary report. If you still do not see it and it is outside of this time frame, please contact the State Bar at 404-527-8710 or email@example.com with questions.
I took a course in 2018 (more than 14 business days ago) and it is still not showing on my CLE status report online. Why haven't these hours been reported?
It is likely that the hours for that program have actually been submitted to the State Bar. Unfortunately, courses attended in 2018 will not show up under the courses taken portion of the CLE Status Report on the State Bar's website until after the final 2017 deadline. Until March 31, that page will only show the names of courses taken in 2017; however, the hours from any courses taken to date are reflected in the summary at the bottom of the page. If you are still unsure if your hours are contributing, please contact the State Bar's CLE department at 404-527-8710 or firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm that they have received your hours.
I was a Speaker at an ICLE program. Why have I not received my credit?
ICLE does not report credit for our speakers until we have received a completed speaker credit request form. If you have not already done so, please complete this form and return it to ICLE via email to email@example.com or fax to 678-529-6676. The form would have been included in the speaker "thank you packet" that was mailed to you after the program. If you have submitted one already, please ensure that it was filled out completely and resend if it has been longer than 10 business days.
ICLE Speakers and Members of Other Jurisdictions/Entities: How do I obtain Georgia CLE credit for an ICLE presentation and how is Georgia CLE credit reported to other jurisdictions/entities?
ICLE speakers must submit a completed Uniform Certificate of Attendance (UCA) within three business days of the program to receive Georgia CLE credit. Once ICLE receives the completed form, the earned CLE credit will be reported to the State Bar of Georgia CLE Regulation Department.
ICLE only reports CLE credits to the State Bar of Georgia CLE Regulation Department, and certain other entities as published on the program brochure.
To self-report to another entity, submit a completed UCA along with a copy of the program brochure to the entity from which you request CLE credit. Other entities reserve the right to approve or deny the request. As such, ICLE cannot guarantee that CLE credit will be granted for any entity other than the State Bar of Georgia. If you do not have the UCA form, you may request one from firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does "self-study" mean?
Self-study is the term used for programs viewed online. Currently our livestream, webcast and select rebroadcast programs earn self-study credit.
What type of CLE credit do simulcast and rebroadcast programs provide?
Attendees receive live (in-person) credit for physically attending simulcast programs or select rebroadcast programs, which are held at an officially designated location.
When I register for programs online, it asks for my Shipping Address. Why do you need that if I am ordering an online seminar?
When registering for seminars online, you are asked to verify all of your information in our system so that we can keep accurate records for your account. This includes your shipping address. We do not mail any materials to you when you order an online seminar. All materials are provided as a PDF download.
Where should I direct questions regarding my CLE Summary or general inquiries regarding yearly CLE requirements and compliance status?
ICLE automatically reports Georgia CLE credit for ICLE sponsored programs to the State Bar of Georgia CLE Regulation Department. Any questions regarding CLE credit earned from attending an ICLE program should be directed to: email@example.com.
CLE requirements and compliance inquiries should be directed to the State Bar of Georgia CLE Regulation Department at:
Who should I contact with questions regarding ICLE programs and registration?
Any questions regarding ICLE programming or registration should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why does my receipt show that I watched this webcast on June 30? Will this affect when my credit is reported?
The June date is a generic date used only in ICLE's system for our self-study programs. The system requires us to input a "date of seminar" but because self-study courses do not actually have a scheduled date (since they are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time), we use the June 30 to fill that blank. That date does not leave our system and in no way affects your CLE status with the State Bar. All self-study courses are reported to the State Bar as "attended" on the day they are purchased.