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Request By Member Of State Bar For Law School Credit {7}

This is a Georgia form that can be used for Continuing Legal Education within Statewide, State Bar Of Georgia.

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Form 7STATE BAR of GEORGIACOMMISSION on CONTINUING LAWYER COMPETENCY104 Marietta Street, NWSuite 100Atlanta, Georgia 30303(404) 527-8710 REQUEST BY A MEMBER OF THE STATE BAR OF GEORGIA FOR CREDITFOR ATTENDING A LAW SCHOOL COURSE1. Name of AttorneyTelephone()2. State Bar of Georgia Membership Number:3. Full Address (Include Firm222s Name):4. Full Name of the Law School:5. Location:6. Law School ABA Accredited? YES NO 7. Name of the Program:8. Title of the Course:9. Date(s):10. Total minutes of the course (minutes in each class x the number of classes attended):11. Requested Number of Hours of Credit*. (one-half of the total minutes divided by 60)=CLE Hours* Ethics* Trial**PLEASE SEE THE BACK OF THIS PAGE FOR THE REGUALTIONS ON THE COMPUTATION OF CLE HOURSDate: Attorney222s Signature:REGULATION 8-106 (b) (2): LAW SCHOOL COURSESCourses offered by an ABA accredited law school shall receive credit on the basis of one-half of CLE creditfor each 60 (sixty minutes of actual instruction. No more than 12 (twelve) CLE hours in any calendar yearmay be earned by law school courses. Success on an examination is not required for credit, and the coursemay be attended on an audit ( not for academic credit) basis. No credit is available for law school coursesattended prior to becoming an active member of the State Bar of Georgia. Law courses in schools other thanlaw schools will not qualify. Courses must be taken at a law school, only.PLEASE SUBMIT THIS FORM AT LEAST 30 (THIRTY) DAYS IN ADVANCED OF THE CLE ACTIVITY. American LegalNet, Inc. CLE HOURS1.Only the time of actual instruction counts toward CLE credit hours. 2.Question and answer sessions are considered actual instruction and may be included for CLE credit provided suchquestion and answer sessions do not exceed ten (10) minutes per CLE credit hour. For example, a program approvedfor six (6) total CLE credit hours may include up to one (1) total hour of a question and answer session.3.CLE credit is not given for:Breaks, Business meetings, Introductory remarks, Keynote speeches, Meals, or Speeches in connection with meals.4.No CLE credit is given for a CLE activity of less than 60 (sixty) minutes in length. A CLE activity means the entire program and not the individual topics. Therefore, a program may include individual topics of less than 60 (sixty) minutes in length.ETHICS HOURS1.Instruction in ethics includes topics on professional responsibility and malpractice.2.Instruction in ethics does not include topics such as attorney fees and client development except to the extent thatprofessional responsibility is directly discussed in connection with such topics. TRIAL HOURS1.Trial practice courses are defined as CLE exclusively limited to one or more of the following five (5) subjects: a.evidencec.criminal practice and proceduree.trial advocacyb.civil practice and procedured.ethical conduct of litigation2.Due to the "exclusively limited" requirement, trial CLE must be (a) clearly segregated and identified (b) a minimum of one (1) hour in length, and (c) limited to one or more of the five (5) listed subjects in order to receivetrial CLE credit. The "exclusively limited" requirement does not prohibit credit for a seminar that deals withone or more of the subjects stated in the Rule in the context of a particular field of trial practice, such as medicalmalpractice, personal injury defense, criminal cases, construction law, etc.PROFESSIONALISM HOURS American LegalNet, Inc.

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