Celesq® Frequently Asked Questions
Celesq® Frequently Asked Questions
How do I determine my State’s continuing legal education requirements?
Please contact your State Bar for information about CLE requirements. For information concerning CLE credit availability for a particular Celesq® program, see the Participating State Information on the program page for each program in which you are interested. For more information, please also click on the State Info link.
How long do I have to complete the program?
You will have access to the program for 90 days from the date of purchase, unless the program expires before then. With certain exceptions for skills and practice management programs, our programs generally expire 2 years from the program date. Expiration dates for programs specifically approved in North Carolina or Texas will be listed on the program description page.
If you purchase the Knowledge Seeker Solution, you will have up to one year from the date of purchase to complete the programs you wish to take.
How do I access my programs?
Did you purchase a Package?
If you purchased a package, the name of the package will appear under your name at the top right-hand side of the page. Here’s how to choose the programs for your package:
• Click on the package link below your name. This will take you to the online programs, and you will see that there are two buttons for Online Programs. Click on the Online Audio button that says “$0” and “Use Package” for each program you want added to your package.
• After you have selected the program or programs that you would like to listen to, go to your shopping cart, and click on the link that says “Use Package for Order.” The program(s) will be added to your “My Programs” area.
When the programs are added to your “My Programs” area, you can access them right away, by (a) clicking on listen now, or (b) clicking on “My Programs” on the thank you page. At any time, you can simply click on the “My Programs” area under your name at the top right-hand side to listen to your programs.
By the way, if for some reason you do not want to use the package for a certain program, you can click the online audio, and pay full price. And if you would like to order an audio CD of any of our online programs, you can go to “All Programs” and order a CD at full price.
Did you purchase a series or a program?
If you purchased a series or individual programs, you can find your programs in the “My Programs” area below your name.
Are you a NY Attorney?
If you are a NY attorney, you will need to listen to and provide the NY Code number, which will be stated somewhere in the program.
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