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Request For Approval Of Continuing Legal Education Activity {CLE-2}

This is a Wisconsin form that can be used for Attorney Admission And CLE within Statewide, Supreme Court.

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BE-402, 05/17 Request for Approval of Continuing Legal Education ActivityPage 1 of 2CLE FORM 2 REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY SUPREME COURT OF WISCONSIN Board of Bar Examiners 110 E. Main Street, Suite 715 P.O. Box 2748 Madison, WI 53701-2748 Telephone: (608) 266-9760 Fax: (608) 266-1196 (LIMIT 10 PAGES) Sponsoring organization name: NOTICE OF DECISION (To be completed by the Board of Bar Examiners.) The following action has been taken on this application:total credit hours.includingEPR hours;AdultFamilyMinor GAL hours:CLE hours: LAU hours: LPM hours: 1.Sponsoring organization information Mailing address (include zip code): 2.Phone number of provider/sponsor: 3.Title of the educational activity: to 4.Date(s):5.Method(s) of presentation: Live webcast Teleconference On-demand6.Advertised to (target audience): Lawyers Other 7.Attendance: Attorney attendees: Total number of attendees:8.Description of materials to be distributed: Total pages: Printed Electronic media Downloaded from webWhen are materials distributed/available? Before program At program Other To determine course approval status, input the course date in the "Search for courses" section at https://www.wicourts.gov/services/attorney/edu.htm. 10.Total minutes of instruction (Do not include breaks, meals, or introductory remarks.): 11.Start time: End time:12.Legal ethics and professional responsibility (EPR):(a) Identify portions of the activity devoted to EPR on the materials attached per item 9. (b) Total minutes of EPR:15.Guardian ad litem (GAL) education:(a) On the materials attached per item 9, identify the portions of the activity designedto increase attendee's professional competence to act as GAL as designated in 14 (b). Minor(b) Total minutes of GAL: Family Adult14.Law practice management (LPM) education:(a) Identify portions of the activity devoted to LPM on the materials attached per item 9.16.Submitted by: Individual submittee Employee of sponsor/providerDate Name of person applying (type or print) and title (only if employee of sponsor) AddressCity/State/Zip Phone (include area code) Co-sponsoring organization name:9.REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS TO THIS APPLICATION: (a) time schedule (brochure, course outline, course description); (b) table of contents or equivalent;and (c) faculty name(s) and credentials (if not in brochure or description).13.Lawyer awareness and understanding (LAU) education:(a) Identify portions of the activity devoted to LAU on the materials attached per item 9. (b) Total minutes of LAU: (b) Total minutes of LPM: Date:BBE staff: Reference: Faculty in room with participantsApproved for CLE / EPR / M-GAL / F-GAL /A-GAL APPROVAL DENIED. Email address American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com BE-402, 05/17 Request for Approval of Continuing Legal Education ActivityPage 2 of 2HOW TO SECURE APPROVAL OF A COURSE FOR USE TOWARD THE WISCONSIN MANDATORY CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (CLE) REQUIREMENT The Wisconsin mandatory CLE requirement is administered by the Board of Bar Examiners, an agency of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, with staff offices at Suite 715 Tenney Building; 110 East Main Street; Madison, WI 53703-3328. SCR Chapter 31 and duly adopted Board rules govern the Wisconsin CLE program. The information and instructions below are intended to guide completion of the CLE Course Approval Form - General (Form 2), not as substitutes for the rules themselves. Copies of SCR Chapter 31 and its Appendix are available at: https://www.wicourts.gov/. A course approval form should be completed for each activity to be considered by the Board for approval for use toward the CLE requirement. The form may be duplicated as needed. An approval decision is usually made within two weeks; it will take longer if the request is not complete, or if the course approval form is submitted during the CLE seasonal peak (November-January). Please note that course approval forms arriving at the Board office with Report of Compliance (CLE Form 1) will be separated and processed independently. The Board of Bar Examiners (BBE) no longer sends written notification of course approvals via letter. Approvals are instead posted on the 223Search for courses224 section of the BBE website. To determine course approval status, input the course date in the 223Search for courses224 section at https://www.wicourts.gov/services/attorney/ edu.htm. In order to make an approval decision the following must be provided: A timetable or agenda whereby a credit determination may be made. It should include a precise breakdown of the actual starting and ending times of the activity, including the starting and ending times of breaks, opening remarks, meals and keynote speeches. A complete description of the written materials distributed to participants, or a copy thereof. (Materials will be returned if a postpaid envelope is enclosed.) If it is not clear whether all portions of the program were supported by written materials, an annotated agenda may be submitted. An indication as to whom the activity was offered. If it is not apparent that the objective was legal education, or if it appears to be geared to a general audience, include a statement as to how it increased the competence of lawyers who attended. Also, please note: Fax submissions of requests for CLE credit must be limited to 10 pages or less. As Wisconsin lawyers are obligated to satisfy a three-hour legal ethics and professional responsibility requirement biennially, it is necessary to clearly identify those programs, or portions of programs, lasting at least one continuous hour (50 minutes) on this topic. Copies of SCR Chapter 35 and 36, which set forth education requirement for lawyers who accept appointments by a court as guardian ad litem for a minor or an adult, are available at https://www. wicourts.gov/. Lawyers who teach approved courses are entitled to double the number of hours approved for each portion taught. Copies of all brochures, written materials distributed to participants, and attendance lists shall be maintained by the sponsor for the minimum of four (4) years, and shall include the names of presenters. Copies may be in hardcopy form or stored electronically. The Board of Bar Examiners does not maintain a transcript of CLE courses attended by lawyers. In order to receive credit for attendance at approved activities for use toward the Wisconsin CLE requirement, individual lawyers must report their hours of actual attendance (not to exceed the amount approved) on a timely filed Report of Compliance (CLE Form 1). Wisconsin lawyers admitted in even-numbered years must file a CLE Form 1 by December 31 every even-numbered year; Wisconsin lawyers admitted in odd- numbered years, by December 31 every odd-numbered year. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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