UNM School of Law Free CLE Programming

The UNM School of Law is happy to provide our graduates and the greater legal community with free self-study CLE programming. We make it easy to submit your self-study credit for these programs. Once you have viewed the program, simply download and fill out the Certificate of Attendance form. The UNM School of Law will report your credit(s) and pay the filing fee; credits are reported monthly. Please note that NMMCLE only allows 4 hours of self-study credits per year. According to Rule 18-201 NMRA, self-study (or On-Demand) credits can be carried over into the next compliance year. For more information, visit the State Bar of New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education page.

NOTE: ANY FORMS SUBMITTED AFTER DECEMBER 15, 2021 WILL NOT BE REPORTED TO NM MCLE UNTIL JANUARY 2022

New programs will be added on a regular basis, so please check back for new content in the future.


Restarting CAM - The Central American Minors Refugee and Parole Program

 

Six Months Out: Immigration Law Changes During the Biden Administration

Matter of AB III and Domestic Violence Asylum Updates

Legislative Roundup 2021

A panel discussion of animal-related legislation considered during the 2021 session of the New Mexico State Legislative - what passed, what didn't, what's next?

For questions regarding CLE reporting, please contact Sue George at sgeorge2@unm.edu.

For questions regarding alumni services, please contact Melissa Lobato at lobato@law.unm.edu.