The Center for Legal Education (CLE) is a non-profit New Mexico accredited CLE course provider dedicated to providing high quality, affordable educational programs to the legal community. CLE offers a full range of educational services including live seminars, live webcasts, live replays, national series teleseminars and online self-study videos.
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Why should the Center for Legal Education be your preferred CLE provider?

- The programs you want, the convenience you need
- Competitive prices
- Credits filed promptly to NMMCLE (credit filing included in course registration fees)
- Assurance that courses have been approved by NMMCLE

Don't just take it from us!
Here's what other members are saying about the Center for Legal Education:

"This is one of the best CLE's I have attended in 15 years of practice. The presenters were well-prepared and the presentations were interesting and relevant."
"The programs I have attended have been excellent both in substance and manner of presentation. The quality of both the video and audio of today's mediation CLE were excellent. The quality of the video was the best I've ever seen."
"I have been attending by web cast which I really enjoy. I drink my own coffee, wear my slippers."


"This is one of the best CLE's I have attended in years. Knowledgeable speakers on interesting and important topics."
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Q – With COVID, will the State Bar accept email signatures, either separately or on the Nomination Petition?

A – Yes, we will accept email signatures; just be sure to attach them to the Nomination Petition

Q – For the Out-of-State District position, who signs the Nomination Petition?

A – All out-of-state members, with the exception of those members who reside in El Paso county, Texas, are eligible to sign the Nomination Petition nominating an individual in the state of New Mexico.  Emails will be accepted and the language on the Nomination Petition “who have a principal place of practice in the respective district of the nominee” can be crossed out.