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I'm a NCAJ member but the system is charging me the non-member rate. Why? 

You must "LOGIN" in order to receive the NCAJ rate for a program. The system will only recognize you as a NCAJ member and offer you the NCAJ member rate at that time. 

What is an In-Person Live program? 

In-Person Live programs are generally full-day or multi-day programming provided by the NCAJ at a specific location at a specific time. Attendees are required to attend an In-Person Live program in person at the location it is being shown. Attendees may engage with the speakers directly during the presentation should they have questions. Course materials will be sent to all in-person attendees via electronic format 72 hours prior to the date of program.

What is a Virtual program? 

Virtual programs allows registrants to attend via live streaming. Virtual attendees are considered live attendees. The live streaming is accessible only on the day of the in-person live program. Course materials will be uploaded to the platform for downloading/viewing 72 hours prior to the date of the program.

What is an On-Demand CLE? 

On-Demand CLEs are previously recorded programs that are streamed online and available at your convenience. All purchased on-demand content expires 90 days from the date of purchase. You may obtain a Certificate of Attendance upon completion for your records. NCAJ will submit your cle credit to NCSB on your behalf. 

I received/viewed the seminar materials but there are some missing manuscripts?

NCAJ strives to send or upload seminar materials 48 hours prior to the date of the program. If there are missing materials for a presentation, they will be added as soon as they are received from the speaker. If you received your materials via electronic format (in-person registrants only), please return to the link to retrieve the missing materials. If you are attending virtually, late submissions will be uploaded as they are received. 

If I cannot attend the entire LIVE CLE, do I have to pay full price? Is CLE pro-rated? How do I receive my CLE credit for the portion I attended? 

If you can only attend a portion of a LIVE CLE, you will still be required to pay full tuition. CLE tuition is not pro-rated. 

If you find that you need to leave a LIVE CLE early or arrived late, you will need to obtain a partial credit form and return to us within 7 days from the date of the program. 



 We understand that you are a busy person and sometimes things happen. If you can't attend a seminar that you've registered for, you have three options:

·         CANCEL WITH A REFUND - You may cancel your registration one week prior to the seminar date for a refund less a $35 service charge. Refunds cannot be given after this date. For CLE Season Ticket Holders - Cancellations must be received by 12:00 Noon the third working day prior to the seminar. Cancellations received after this time will be invoiced for a $77 materials fee.

·         TRANSFER TO ANOTHER SEMINAR – Transfer requests received by 12:00 noon the third working day prior to the seminar are subject to a $50 transfer fee. Transfer requests received after this time are subject to a $110 transfer fee. Registrations may be transferred once and only to seminars scheduled through the end of the fiscal year (June 30).

·         NO SHOW - If you are unable to attend a seminar and do not cancel or transfer your registration, you will be provided an electronic version of the seminar materials in lieu of a refund. For CLE Season Ticket Holders - If you are unable to attend and do not cancel your registration by Noon the third working day prior to the seminar, you will be invoiced for $77 materials fee.

To cancel or transfer your registration, contact NCAJ/CLE at 800.688.1413 or 919.832.1413 or [email protected]


Cancellations and refunds are not applicable to on-demand products. 


The North Carolina State Bar requires licensed attorneys to complete a minimum of 12 hours of continuing legal education each year. Of those 12 hours attorneys must complete 2 hours of ethics/professionalism credit and 1 hour of technology credit. Also, one hour of substance abuse/mental health credit must be completed once every three years.  If you are newly admitted to the NC State Bar, please contact them for information about your CLE requirements during the first year. For more information concerning the NC State Bar requirements, visit www.nccle.org


How can I find out more about the Paralegal Certification and the annual CPE requirements?

Visit the NC State Bar Paralegal Certification website for more information about the purpose of the certification, requirements for certification, and CPE requirements. Please note that any seminar approved for CLE credit also qualifies for CPE credit. However, seminars approved for CPE credit do not qualify for CLE credit. Click here for a listing of available CPE seminars.