No. You must sign in at the CLE station, complete the necessary CLE forms, and turn them in at the CLE station before departing the conference.
You need to have your bar number for all states in which you would receive credit.
Yes. When you turn in the CLE Attendance Worksheet and other required CLE forms, you will indicate the number of hours that you actually attended.
That depends on which state(s) you are claiming CLE credit in. Some states allow the sponsor to report attendance and others require that the individual attorney do so. When you sign in at the CLE station, your CLE forms will include an instruction sheet that indicates whether you must report your CLE attendance or whether the National Trial Lawyers will report your CLE attendance.
We can assist you with securing your CLE credit but you may incur fees depending on the state. It may also significantly delay the amount of time it takes for your credit to be posted to your record, so if you are up against a filing deadline, we cannot guarantee that your CLE credit will be posted in time.