The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF) is an approved sponsor of the Office of Admissions & Continuing Education for MCLE programming in Indiana
ICLEF COVID-19 Policies
Face masks will be required at all times during any in-person event. We will be limiting our attendance & social distanced seating will be utilized.
Who do I call to check on my CLE credits?
The Office of Admissions & Continuing Education at (317) 232-2552. Click Here to visit the Mission of the Office of Admission & Continuing Education, to learn about Indiana’s MCLE requirements and to check your CLE credits online.
Who do I call for technical support for On Demand & Webcast Seminars?
If you are having difficulties with any of our online products please contact our technical support line at (877) 880-1335.
Who do I call if I have special needs?
Persons who require assistance or need information regarding access to a program session and availability of special facilities are requested to call ICLEF’s Registrar at (317) 637-9102.
How many CLE hours may I obtain via distance education during my 3-year cycle?
By order of the Indiana Supreme Court (Supreme Court Case No. 20S-MS-239), attorneys may currently take all 36-hours of their CLE requirements via distance education methods such as ICLEF On Demand Seminars & Live Individual Webcasts.
Is the Office of Admission & Continuing Education the same as ICLEF?
No, the Office of Admission & Continuing Education regulates and tracks CLE in Indiana. ICLEF is a provider of CLE training and reports CLE to the Office of Admissions & Continuing Education.
What help does ICLEF offer attorneys who are in need of financial assistance
attending an ICLEF CLE seminar?
In 2006, the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF) created the ICLEF Scholarship Fund. The Scholarship Fund was originally established to help meet the educational needs of attorneys and continues to provide much needed relief to those facing a financial crunch. The ICLEF Scholarship Fund allocates money annually to cover the costs of registration and materials for those attorneys who are selected through an application process. Candidates must submit an application to ICLEF and must be an Indiana attorney in good standing. The application should include a description of scholarship need, addressing any financial, family, health or other factors that necessitate financial help. The applicant should also describe how the particular ICLEF course will benefit the individual and his or her law career. Due to the demand for this scholarship, a maximum of six (6) hours will be awarded per person per calendar year, unless otherwise approved. Applications are accepted year round. Please submit your application at least two weeks prior to the ICLEF seminar for which you are seeking a scholarship. Attorneys interested in more information on scholarship opportunities from ICLEF may contact Marie Wilmer at: email@example.com -or- (317) 637-9102, ext. 236.