This area of the website will bring attorneys and providers the latest information on and links to Commission policies. Website policy is shown below; other policy statements will open html documents in new windows without the menu bar.
Currently Available Policy Statements
|Mailing Lists||Policy and price list for the sale of mailing lists to providers of approved CLE courses|
|Stress Management||March 2002 Commission policy on courses and sessions dealing with stress management|
|Substance Abuse Instruction||Commission policy on the review of courses dealing with substance abuse topics.|
|Personal Interest and Practice Management||Commission policy on the review of courses dealing with accreditable and non-accreditable topics pursuant to CLE Rules.|
|Moot Court Competition Judging Delaware and National High School Mock Trial Competition Judging and Coaching||Revised 2/7/07 and 11/7/07: Commission policy on the review of credit for Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions pursuant to CLE Rules.|
|Approval of eCLE Programs||Revised 6/27/2011|
Website Policy and Disclaimer
The Commission on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of Delaware strives to ensure the dissemination of timely, accurate information concerning CLE Rules and requirements. The information contained in this site is provided for the use and convenience of Delaware attorneys and CLE program providers. It is subject to change without notice. Although the information on the site is correct when it is posted, changes to existing policies and approvals do occasionally occur as new information is presented to the Commission's attention.
We will update our website as possible to reflect changes, but delays may occur. The Commission on Continuing Legal Education and the Supreme Court of Delaware disclaim liability for any error or omission. The Commission on Continuing Legal Education does not favor any one group over another, nor does the use of any link to any organization's website herein constitute an endorsement of that organization. Links to CLE providers are given only for the convenience of the attorney using the site and do not constitute endorsement of the provider or its programs. The Commission and the Supreme Court disclaim responsibility for the content of any site referenced from this website.
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