Bridge the Gap CLE: What Is It?

With the New York 2015 July Bar Exam results being released this week, New York is welcoming thousands of new attorneys to the profession. While the bar exam marks the end of your law school experience, learning never stops for attorneys. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) is mandatory for all New York attorneys.

Newly admitted New York attorneys are required to complete 32 Bridge the Gap CLE credits over their first two years of admission. These Bridge the Gap CLE credits must be taken live, in person. Unfortunately, many newly admitted attorneys have demanding jobs that do not allow them to take off time just to complete their CLE credits during the week. This is why Marino created the Bridge the Gap CLE weekend.

Offered once per month, Marino offers a Bridge the Gap weekend that will satisfy your entire annual New York CLE requirement. If you cannot attend both Saturday and Sunday in a weekend, its OK. Our Bridge the Gap weekends are designed so that you can mix-and-match any two days to satisfy your annual New York CLE Requirement.

If you have any questions about Marino’s Bridge the Gap weekends or about New York’s CLE rules, give us a call or shoot us an email. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.