If an organization’s MCLE program or course has been approved by the authority authorized to approve MCLE courses in another jurisdiction, then the organization’s MCLE course is automatically approved in Connecticut. An attorney may attend legal education courses provided by any state, local, regional or special interest bar association in Connecticut or any regional or national bar of another state or territory of the U.S. or the District of Columbia; any private or government legal employer, any court of this or any other state, and/or any other non-profit or for profit legal education providers. These include law schools and other providers, including, but not limited to, courses remotely presented by video conference, webcasts and webinars. Attorneys in CT do not need to submit any materials to receive MCLE credit. All they are required to do is to certify completion with their MCLE requirements on their annual attorney registration form.