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Supreme Court Boards, Commissions, Committees, and Task Forces Eligible for MCLE Credit

Supreme Court-appointed attorney members serving on the following boards, commissions, committees, and task forces will earn credits toward their minimum continuing legal education requirement, subject to Rule
795(d)(12)

Effective Date Supreme Court Boards, Commissions, Committees, and Task Forces Supreme Court Order
01/01/22 Board of Admissions to the Bar
01/01/22 Committee on Jury Instructions in Civil Cases
01/01/22 Committee on Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases
01/01/22 Committee on Character and Fitness
01/01/22 Committee on Professional Responsibility
01/01/22 Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice
01/01/22 Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission
01/01/22 Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Pretrial Practices
01/01/22 Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Pretrial Practices Implementation Task Force
01/01/22 Task Forces of the Judicial Conference of Illinois
01/01/22 Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board (MCLE)
01/01/22 Attorney Registration and Discipline of Attorneys Commission (ARDC)
01/01/22 Attorney Registration and Discipline of Attorneys (ARDC) Review Board
01/01/22 Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism
01/01/22 Supreme Court Committee on Equality
01/01/22 Supreme Court Committee on Illinois Evidence
01/01/22 Supreme Court e-Business Policy Advisory Board
01/01/22 Supreme Court Judicial Performance Evaluation Committee
01/01/22 Supreme Court Judicial Redistricting Task Force
01/01/22 Supreme Court Language Access Advisory Board
01/01/22 Supreme Court Probation Policy Advisory Board
01/01/22 Supreme Court of Illinois Rules Committee
01/01/22 State Appellate Defender Commission
01/01/22 Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board
01/01/22 Illinois Supreme Court Statutory Court Fees Task Force
01/01/22 Supreme Court of Illinois Judicial College, consistent with its Bylaws 
05/20/22 Supreme Court Commission on Elder Law