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Any continuing legal education professional who provides continuing education or professional development services to lawyers. This also includes employees of organizations that study and conduct research in continuing legal education and those employed as in-house coordinators or developers of continuing legal education services for law firms, corporate legal departments, or government entities.
CLE professionals from around the world in various positions within organizations that provide some form of or support for continuing legal education. . . . state bars, local bars, specialty bars, law schools, independents, national providers, law firms, speakers, internet providers, publishers, etc
By joining ACLEA, you will have access to all the current information and trends affecting our profession. You will learn what works and what doesn't in the CLE world. You will meet other CLE professionals from around the world who are ready to share their expertise and knowledge about CLE.
To become a member of ACLEA, complete the online membership application or send the printable membership application to our headquarters at 1000 Westgate Drive, Suite 252, St. Paul, MN 55114. You can also call 651/366.6082 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a member application and packet of information about our organization.
$265 annually for an individual membership. Organizational memberships are also available, dues rates are based on the number of members joining within your organization. Click here to view the rate sheet
Dues help support the operation of the organization by providing a part time staff, overhead, Executive Committee expenses, website expenses, printing and mailing expenses, and special projects designed to benefit the members of the organization.
Dues Renewals are based on anniversary date; your renewal will be due 12 months from the date you join.
Individual membership is non-transferable. Organizations may transfer membership from one staff person to another in cases where the member is no longer employed by the member organization.
A lot! The best member benefit is access to a network of professionals who can help you with any questions or problems you may have. As a member, you may register for one of our meetings at a reduced registration fee and receive our publication free of charge. See more information on our Member Benefits page.
American Association of Law Schools (AALS)
Continuing Legal Education Regulators (CLEReg)