USB14-0403. Establishment and membership of Board. (AMENDED). This amendment reduces the size of the MCLE Board from 15 to 10 voting members. This amendment also adjusts the term lengths of new appointments to the Board.
Changes include the following and the attached letter from David Hirschi, Chair of the MCLE Board. “The Supreme Court Board of Mandatory Continuing Legal Education is proposing changes to the MCLE Rules that govern licensed attorneys. For more information, please see the attached letter from David Hirschi, Chair MCLE Board.”
USB14-0101. Amend. Definitions.
USB14-0102. Amend. Regulation of the practice of law.
USB14-0103. Amend. Organization and management of the Bar.
USB14-0104. Amend. Admission to practice law; qualifications, enrollment, oath, and fees.
USB14-0105. Amend. Conduct of licensed lawyers and judicial officers; complaints, investigations, and discipline.
USB14-0107. Amend. Annual license, fees; disbursements of funds.
USB14-0108. Amend. Issuance of license; form.
USB14-0110. Amend. Active and inactive members of the Bar.
USB14-0111. Amend. Practicing without a license prohibited.
USB14-0112. Amend. Duties of attorneys and counselors at law.
USB14-0201. Amend. Bylaws.
USB14-0203. Amend. License categories.
USB14-0210. Amend. General.
USB14-0403. Amend. Establishment of membership of Board.
USB14-0802. Amend. Authorization to practice law.
USB14-0403. Proposed changes to the rule make the appointment and term durations for MCLE Board members consistent with the Rule 11-101 appointment and term durations for members of other Court committees. Effective June 20, 2018 pursuant to CJA Rule 11-105(5), expedited rulemaking.
The following proposals address changes to the MCLE rules. The most substantive proposed change allows lawyers to receive up to six hours of live continuing legal education credit for attending live, interactive webcasts that are broadcast from a Utah state courthouse to a Utah state courthouse or from the Law and Justice Center to a Utah state courthouse. The proposals also address the requirements for active Bar members living outside of Utah and practicing in other jurisdictions. The majority of the changes correct grammar and inconsistencies with other Bar rules, as well as provide clarification.
USB 14-0401. Purpose. Amend.
USB 14-0402. Definitions. Amend.
USB 14-0403. Establishment and Membership of Board. Amend.
USB 14-0404. Active status lawyers: MCLE, NLCLE and admission on motion requirements. Amend.
USB 14-0405. MCLE requirements for lawyers on inactive status. Amend.
USB 14-0406. MCLE requirements for lawyers on active military duty. Amend.
USB 14-0407. MCLE requirements for lawyers on active emeritus status. Amend.
USB 14-0408. Credit hour defined; application for approval. Amend.
USB 14-0409. Self-study categories of accredited MCLE defined. Amend.
USB 14-0410. Accreditation of MCLE; undue hardship and special accreditation. Amend.
USB 14-0411. Board accreditation of non-approved sponsor courses. Amend.
USB 14-0412. Presumptively approved sponsors; presumptive MCLE accreditation. Amend.
USB 14-0413. MCLE credit for qualified audio and video presentations; computer interactive telephonic programs; writing; lecturing; teaching; live attendance. Amend.
USB 14-0414. Certificate of compliance; filing, late, and reinstatement fees; suspension; reinstatement. Amend.
USB 14-0415. Failure to satisfy MCLE requirements; notice; appeal procedures; reinstatement; waivers and extensions; deferrals. Amend.
USB 14-0416. Lawyers on active status not practicing law; certificate of exemption. Amend.
USB 14-0417. Miscellaneous fees and expenses. Amend.