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CLE and CPE Accreditation Information
CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION FOR NEW YORK ATTORNEYS (CLE)
The NYU School of Professional Studies has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. Courses qualifying for CLE for newly admitted attorneys, for experienced attorneys, or for both, are identified in conjunction with each such course's description. The School provides a New York CLE Certificate of Attendance to attorneys in accordance with applicable regulations and guidelines, including those regarding verification of attendance.
In compliance with the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board regulations and guidelines, the NYU School of Professional Studies offers financial aid to licensed New York attorneys facing financial hardship. For additional information or an application, please send a request by email to email@example.com.
Please refer to course descriptions for confirmation as to CLE credit availability for particular courses. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board at email@example.com.
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR ACCOUNTANTS (CPE)
The NYU School of Professional Studies holds a continuing education sponsor agreement with the New York State Department of Education, which authorizes the granting of continuing education credit in the following subject areas: accounting, auditing, taxation, advisory services, knowledge and applications related to specialized industries. Courses offered outside the authorized subject areas will not be recognized for credit under this agreement. For the acceptability of an individual course, please call the NYU School of Professional Studies at 212-998-7200, or the New York State Department of Education at 518-474-3836.