Welcome to ART!

The New Hampshire Minimum Continuing Legal Education Attorney Reporting Tool

The 'Attorney Reporting Tool' or 'ART' was designed for New Hampshire lawyers to use to comply with NH Supreme Court Rule 53 - NHMCLE. Members need to activate ART to read their online NHMCLE record and attest to the new online Affidavit of Compliance in ART. NHMCLE will notify members when the Affidavit is available.

Questions about ART? View the videos belows or consult the Frequently Asked Questions page.

ART 'How To' Videos

ART 1:
How to create your account

ART 2:
How to Read MY Record

ART 3:
New Entry

ART 4:
Non-NHBA CLE Corrections

ART 5:
NHBA•CLE Corrections

ART 6:
Filing the Affidavit of Compliance

NH Supreme Court Rule 53

Each annual period (July 1 - June 30), NH attorneys are required to obtain the following:

• 720 minutes (minimum) of NHMCLE-approved credit, including 120 minutes of ethics and/or professionalism

A minimum of fifty percent (50%) of the NHMCLE requirement must be met by attending live presentations of courses.

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3 Key Compliance Steps in ART

1. Activate ART.

2. Enter all required course minimums.

3. File the Affidavit of Compliance.

The NH Bar Association and the NHMCLE Board Administrative Office have developed the online tool for the use of Association members in reporting and tracking continuing legal education activity, The software interfaces with the Association database for credit reporting and therefore NH Bar Association continuing legal education offerings are directly entered in the NHMCLE Attorney Reporting Tool (ART) within 30 days or less of the course date.

The NHMCLE Rule 53 Program of the New Hampshire Supreme Court should not be confused with the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education (NHBA•CLE) program of course offerings. Contact the NHBA•CLE Department for course offerings and schedules.