A great way to earn CLE is through pro bono service.
Nevada attorneys can earn one CLE credit for every three hours of uncompensated pro bono service. You can earn up to four CLE credits each year by taking pro bono cases or participating in an Ask-A-Lawyer or Lawyer in the Library program sponsored by a legal aid organization, court or other governmental or non-profit pro bono program. The programs must be recognized by the Nevada Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission, such as the Nevada Attorney General’s Military Pro Bono Program. The legal aid or court program you select will track your service all year and report it to the Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education in December.
To start earning CLE through pro bono service, reach out to your Nevada legal aid provider of choice.