GA Supreme Court Temporarily Waives 6-hour In-Person CLE Requirement

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The Georgia Supreme Court has issued a temporary order waiving the 6-hour in-person requirement for Georgia Bar Members. Here’s the release from the Georgia Bar:


In response to recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Supreme Court of Georgia has issued an order temporarily waiving the 6-hour in-person CLE requirement. You are still required to fulfill your 12-hour CLE requirement by March 31, but the order allows you to obtain all of your hours through self-study, in-house or online seminars. Please note that the Supreme Court has not ordered the cancellation of any scheduled CLE programs, and if you have questions about an upcoming CLE program, please direct your questions to the program provider. 


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The CPP credential is a professional designation that distinguishes those who have demonstrated experience, proficiency, knowledge, and understanding of patent drafting and prosecution through involvement in the patent preparation and prosecution processes.


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