Gain an understanding of the MCLE application and attendance process even if you don’t work directly with accrediting agencies.
The delivery of CLE credits is probably the most visible and requested responsibility for most CLE providers (and ultimately what everyone expects when they come to any organization’s CLE program).
I. Know the Rules and Keep Up with Changes
II. Help Set the Agenda and Monitor Content Creation
III. Be Prepared to Troubleshoot Problems
IV. Relationship Building with MCLE Boards
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Gina Roers-Liemandt is the Director of MCLE and Professional Development at the American Bar Association. Gina is a member of ACLEA (The Association for Continuing Legal Education), where she is currently serving as Secretary. She is a former co-chair of the MCLE Committee, Marketing SIG, Tech SIG, and Distance Learning Committee. Additionally she is an active member of the Executive Leadership SIG, the Programming SIG, the Nationals SIG, and has participated on a number of Mid-Year and Annual Meeting Planning Committees.
An Internationally-recognized expert on MCLE rules and requirements, she teaches the MCLE portion of ACLEA’s “Boot Camp” for new members, and is a frequent lecturer on rules, regulations, processes, and trends in accreditation.
Gina earned her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Minnesota Law School, and a B.A., cum laude, from Winona State University (Minnesota).
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