CPD, & MCLE Credits
For BC lawyers, this Conference counts towards reporting of mandatory CPD hours, offering 6 hours of Continuing Professional Development credit (all of which counts towards practice management credit). For other Canadian jurisdictions with mandatory CPD, this conference will be submitted for accreditation and this page will be updated accordingly.
Lawyers from the United States will wish to note that MCLE accreditation of the Pacific Legal Technology conference for Washington, Oregon, California, and Idaho has been submitted for MCLE credits.
Alberta: This conference could be included as part of your CPD plan.
Barreau du Quebec: This conference could be included as part of your mandatory PD requirement.
Law Society of Upper Canada: to come.
Manitoba: CPD credit is not yet mandatory.
New Brunswick: to come.
Newfoundland and Labrador: CPD credits are not yet mandatory.
Northwest Territories: approved for 6 CPD credits.
Nova Scotia: CPD credit is not yet mandatory
Nunavut: approved for 6 CPD credits.
Ontario: to come.
Prince Edward Island: CPD credit is not yet mandatory
Saskatchewan: approved for 6 CPD credits.
Yukon: approved for 6 CPD credits.
California: to come.
Idaho: to come.
Oregon Bar Association: This program has been granted for 6.0 hours of practical skills and ethics (3356*9)
Washington State: approved for 5 CPD credits including one ethics
Further details of credit hours granted by each state will be posted here as they are received.