Accreditation

TransMedia’s computerized trial simulations (games) qualify for Continuing Legal Education Credit (CLE) or Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Credit (MCLE) in most every state that permits home study. 

The Rules relating to CLE and MCLE may change rapidly depending upon the particular state. If your state requires continuing legal education, you should comply with that state’s particular requirements and procedures.

 

  • Arizona
  • Each game qualifies for 5 CLE credits.
  • California
  • Each game qualifies for 9 participatory CLE credits.
  • Colorado
  • Each game qualifies for 5 CLE credits.
  • Connecticut
  • Each game qualifies for 7 CLE credits.
  • Florida
  • Each game qualifies for 8 CLER credits, or 6 Trial Practice Certification CLER credits.
  • Idaho
  • Each game qualifies for 2 CLE credits.
  • Kentucky
  • Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.
  • Missouri
  • Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.
  • Nevada
  • Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.
  • New Hampshire
  • Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.
  • New York
  • Credit in New York is determined by the level reached. Each level that you pass qualifies as one credit; therefore, there are 12 potential credits for Expert Witness! and 8 credits each for Objection!, Civil Objection! Autoneg and Civil Objection! SlipFall.
  • North Dakota
  • Pre-approval is required; approval is made on an individual basis.
  • Ohio
  • Application to be submitted at future time.
  • Oregon
  • Each game qualifies for 9 CLE credits.
  • Texas
  • Games can be used for a maximum of 5 Home Study CLE Credits.
  • Vermont
  • Each game qualifies for 7 CLE credits.
  • Washington
  • Each game qualifies for 6 CLE credits.
  • West Virginia
  • Each game qualifies for 9 CLE credits.