Concepts for new programs are encouraged and may be proposed by Officers of the Academy, Academy Advisors, Academy Volunteers, SCBA Committee Chairs, Directors of the Bar Association, or the SCBA membership at large. On occasion, programs are also proposed by outside entities. When making a program proposal, be as specific as possible about the scope and format of the potential program, suggestions for potential presenters, and the need for a planning committee. All programs must be approved by the Academy Board using the Academy Program Proposal. Programs must be approved at a meeting of Academy Officers and are subject to approval of the Board of Trustees. Many programs will go through the Curriculum Committee for further review and refinement before being sent to the Academy officers for a vote.

The following links will transport you to all the documents and forms required to coordinate, develop and present a successful MCLE program. Where a form requires information be inserted, you may type the information into the form directly on your computer. You may save the form, email the completed forn, and print out the completed form if you so desire.


The program proposal

Coordinator's Guidelines

Program Publicity


MCLE Categories

Committees and Specialty Bar Information

Material's Guidelines