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Application For University Attendance Credit - Florida

Application For University Attendance Credit Form. This is a Florida form and can be used in Continuing Legal Education Florida Bar Statewide .
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Continuing Legal Education Application for University Attendance Credit The Florida Bar Legal Specialization & Education 651 E. Jefferson Street Tallahassee, FL 32399-2300 (850)561-5842 (Phone) (850)561-9421 (Fax) clemail@flabar.org Attorney #: Address: City: Phone: University: Course Title: Dates and Location: Fax: State: Zip: Name: Quarter Hours x 2 = OR Semester Hours x 3 = (Please see Policy 5.08(j) for quarter hours) (Please see Policy 5.08(j) for semester hours) · Please attach a university transcript indicating courses taken and date of completion. · If seeking ethics credit, please provide a course syllabus indicating the ethics portion. CERTIFICATION CREDIT Please indicate certification area(s) if credit is to be assessed for Board Certification. For more information on The Florida Bar's Board Certification program, visit: www.floridabar.org/certification CLER University Attendance Credit Policies 5.08 College & University Course (j) College and University Courses. Approved law school and graduate law courses entitle a lawyer to receive 2 credit hours for each quarter hour assigned to the course or 3 credit hours for each semester hour assigned to the course. Undergraduate courses are only eligible for credit it they qualify under another section of these policies. Materials submitted for CLE credit review will be discarded once the credit has been determined. Should you wish to have your materials returned, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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