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For most courses completed after 21 AUG 2015, a course certificate is listed in the My Courses section of JAGU. Find it by going to the JAGU homepage and clicking on the My Courses tab. There you will see a My Certificate module which lists earned certificates.
CLE credit for TJAGLCS/JAGU online work is solely between the attorney and the licensing jurisdiction.
Each licensing jurisdiction has its own course qualification and reporting requirements for online CLE work. Because of the dozens of licensing jurisdictions, as well as limited resources, TJAGLCS/JAGU does not seek approval to serve as a CLE provider for online courses for any jurisdiction.
Although some jurisdictions accept attorney self-certification on online work completed, many jurisdictions require providers to independently verify an attorney's completion of online work (for example, verification that an attorney watched a pre-recorded Professional Responsibility lecture). TJAGLCS/JAGU is not resourced to provide independent verification of online CLE work..