Continuing legal education credit is routinely applied for in the following states: NC, SC, GA, VA, and TN. Continuing education will also be available for other estate planning professionals, including financial planning, banking, and insurance professionals. Please continue to check back for accreditation approvals.

Certified Financial Planner Board :
All CE programs have been accepted by CFP Board for a total of 13.00 hour(s):
CTFA (Bankers and Trust Officers) :
American Bankers Association (ABA) Professional Certifications has approved for 16.25 hour(s) of continuing education credits
NC CLE:
The NC CLE application is in-process and pending approval
VA MCLE:
The VA  MCLE application is in-process and pending approval

GA CLE :
Any Georgia attorney attending will receive 13.00 hour(s) of CLE credit, of which 1.00 hour(s) may be counted as Ethics, and 12.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy the general requirement.

SC CLE :
Any South Carolina attorney attending will receive 13.00 hour(s) of CLE credit, of which 1.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy the professional responsibility/ethics requirement, and 12.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy the general requirement
TN CLE :
Any Tennessee attorney attending will receive 13.00 hour(s) of CLE credit, of which 1.00 hour(s) may be counted as EP or general CLE, and 12.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy the general requirement.
VA Insurance :
The Virginia Insurance Continuing Education Board has approved for 13.00 hour(s) of continuing education credits, of which 1.00 hour(s) may be counted as Ethics, and 12.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy Other General Insurance.
NC Insurance :
The NC Insurance application is in-process and pending approval

*Duke University is not a registered Continuing Professional Education (CPE) sponsor with the NC State Board of CPA Examiners. CPAs may claim credit for courses offered by sponsors not registered with the Board. However, each CPA must exercise judgment in claiming credit for only those courses that contribute to the CPAs professional competence and meet the standards found in 21 NCAC 08G .0400.