Online CLE






Lectures Available for CLE Credit

Thank you for your interest in the Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Online CLE program. The online CLE program functions most efficiently when used by our supported platforms. Some devices handle video playback differently and make it difficult for you to access the required features necessary to complete a CLE application. As technology changes, we will update this list. Please note: we do not support video playback on iPhones due to the way iOS handles video playback. Codes are NOT viewable on iPhones.

In order to view a program, you are required to log in. If you have not done so, please click the link the left to register for an account. Logging in will allow the system to save your viewing progress, so that if you need to leave the video and return later to finish, you will not have to start over at the beginning.

Twice during the video, a different 6 letter code will appear on the screen for 30 seconds. If you plan on applying for CLE credit, write down both of these codes, as at the end of the video you will be required to enter both codes in order to verify that you have watched the video.

Please do not view the videos in full screen. This may prevent you from viewing the codes.

No payment is required to view the program. All recorded lectures can be viewed for free on our lectures page. However, if you would like to apply for CLE credit, you will need to (1) successfully enter the two verification codes and submit credit card payment (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover). CLE Credit is available at $25 per video and is free to alumni. When our CLE program administrator receives notice of a completed online CLE program, a program evaluation form will be sent to the email address you have provided. Please complete the form and return by email to AcademicCenters@Case.edu or by fax to (216) 368-1430. Your CLE credit will be submitted to the Ohio Supreme Court within 24-hours of receipt of the evaluation form to CWRU Law or by the end of the next business day. Confirmation of credit submission will also be sent by email. Please keep in mind the evaluation form is a requirement of the Ohio Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education for all in-person and online CLE programs.

These courses have been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for general self-study/internet instruction. These credits will expire on December 31, 2016 at 11:59 PM.

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