About

Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Continuing Legal Education (CLE) is proud to provide CLE’s to the legal community of Arizona and surrounding areas. The purpose of the CLE program is to provide educational experiences that enhance lawyers understanding of various legal topics.

ASU Law CLE program is designed to fit the various needs of the community, from On-Demand recorded seminars, to Live seminars, and webinars, striving to meet the needs of our community.

The net proceeds go to our ASU Law Student Scholarships to help our current student body with the financial needs in attending ASU Law.

Unique Pricing

ASU Law CLE tuition rates are lower than those of the average CLE provider. Starting at $59.99 along with offering ASU Law alumni a significant discounts through our “Give What You Want” CLE program, we offer the highest quality CLE content at afforadble prices while supporting student scholarships through the Give What You Want system—a great way to pay it forward.

Community of Experts

ASU Law CLE programs are being hosted at Arizona Center for Law and Society (ACLS), a State-of-the-Art facility in downtown Phoenix. ACLS allows for us to provide an audio and visual experience both in person and On-Demand that showcases our faculty expertise and interactions between presenters and participants.

The experiences and backgrounds of our faculty and legal professionals who lead the CLEs provide a unique and engaging experience for all who attend.

ASU Law CLE works with the legal community to build successful practices though exceptional up to date legal training and practical know-how helps ensure the competent delivery of CLE.

ASU Law CLE is creating a community of people who can exchange ideas, plan events, and network, with the hopes of raising the bar of lawyer relations in the area. We want to be more about the community education and mentorship within the lawyering community.

Arizona CLE Disclosure:

Arizona does not certify courses or providers. Arizona lawyers are required to independently review our regulations and make their own determination that it qualifies for credit towards their MCLE requirements. MCLE Regulation 104(A) identifies the standards to apply.