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MCB CLE Annual Pass

$695 for up to 24 hours of CLE credits

 

 

Purchase an MCB CLE Annual Pass

 

Details

  • Included in the price of the pass: program materials, food, beverage, and NC State Bar CLE fees for each course you attend using your pass.
  • After you have reached the 24.0 hour limit, you may purchase additional CLE courses for $35/hour. 
  • Valid from July 1 - June 30. 
  • Non-transferable.
  • The CLE Annual Pass does not include webcasts or online programming.
  • The pass cannot be used for certain CLEs throughout the year, including but not limited to: Professionalism for New Admittees, Annual Review, WDNC Spring Bankruptcy Seminar, Law & Society Luncheon, Authentic Speaking and Presentation Skills for Lawyers.
  • To register for courses using your pass, contact 704/375-8624 or fax a registration form to 704/333-6209 with a note at the bottom that you are a passholder.

Purchase an MCB CLE Annual Pass


     

     

     
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