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1. Selecting Your Package and Courses

LexVid offers flexible CLE packages that cover all of an attorney's credit needs whether they are licensed in a single or multiple state/jurisdictions.  To figure out the best package for you, start by answering the question How Many Hours Do You Need?

Entire Compliance Requirement
Either the State Bundle or the State Custom Package is the best option for you.  

The State Bundle is a preset series of courses that are guaranteed to satisfy your entire state's CLE requirement. It is always the lowest price available for your complete state compliance needs.  

The State Custom Package allows you to customize your course selection by choosing any course available in our library.  You get the same number of credit hours as the bundle, but you choose which courses you watch.  While your access to your Bundle expires in 1 year from date of purchase, your Custom State Package credits don't expire, so you can use some for this reporting period and the remaining credits for a future reporting period.  

Less than the Compliance Period
The A la Carte Package allows you to buy just the number of hours you need. This is a great way to save money if you just need a few hours.  Your A la Carte credits never expire and your hours can be used with any course in the CLE library.

More than Minimum Compliance Requirement
The Unlimited Hours Package is designed for attorneys who need more than the minimum credit hours for their state.  With the Unlimited Package, you get access to the entire course library for one year from the date of purchase. Common examples of why attorneys choose this package are:

  • Catching up on a past compliance period
  • Have a requirement beyond the minimum state rules (i.e., another bar or organization)
  • Getting ahead and want to complete two compliance periods with one purchase
  • Want to stay up to date on the latest law and be able to watch more than the minimum requirement

Click here to compare CLE packages and pricing in your state

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