Mandatory Continuing Legal Education

Rule 22 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii

The Hawaii State Board of Continuing Legal Education ("HSBCLE") adopted revisions to its regulations consistent with the Hawaii Supreme Court’s revisions of Rule 22 of the Hawaii Rules of the Supreme Court issued on November 12, 2014. Under the new rules all actively practicing Hawaii attorneys are required to complete at least three (3) credit hours of continuing legal education each year and at least one (1) credit of ethics every three years (to be counted towards the annual continuing legal education requirement.)

For MCLE related inquiries please contact:

Dawn Mitsuyoshi
MCLE Administrator
Hawaii State Bar Association
(808) 792-7348
[email protected]