CLE Policies & Requirements
The TBA is a provider of CLE in Topeka, KS and, as a CLE provider, we strive to help Kansas lawyers achieve the highest standards of competence, ethics, and professionalism. In doing so, we offer many CLE courses each year, via a variety of formats: in-person, live webcast, and on-demand. Check out our CLE calendar at https://www.topekabar.com/events and our on-demand catalog at https://www.topekabar.com/CLEs. All our CLE seminars are accredited in Kansas, and many are accredited in Missouri as well.
Attorneys with active Kansas licenses are required to complete 12 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) each year. Two of those 12 hours must be in the area of professional responsibility (ethics). There are no longer any limits on distance learning (online/telephone) courses. The limitations were permanently removed with the rule changes that were adopted in the Summer of 2021. An attorney may attend up to eight hours in one day, in any format (online/telephone/in-person). There is no cap on prerecorded programming. The Rules can be found on the Kansas CLE website at https://www.kscle.org/faq#lawyer.
All our program materials are offered in electronic format and are sent to registrants via email in advance or following the program.
Refunds & Cancelations
If you’re unable to attend a CLE program for which you’ve registered,
Credit Reporting to Kansas
After completion of the program your attendance will be reported to the TBA. The TBA will submit your CLE credit to your Kansas CLE transcript within 30 days of completion.
Please contact Tana Griffith at 785-233-3945 or firstname.lastname@example.org, regarding all CLE cancellation matters.
OnDemand- Anytime Anywhere!
Approved for 1.0 hour of E&P. Available until 12-22-22
Approved for 1.0 hour of E&P. Available until 7-14-23
If you have a CLE suggestion or are interested in presenting a CLE for the Topeka Bar Association, please contact Tana Griffith at email@example.com or 785-233-3945.