OSBA Self-Study CLE


Bring essential one to six hour CLE programs into your home or office via live CLE Webcasts.

On Demand CLE

Log on to our extensive library of archived online CLE videos.


Listen anytime, anywhere.

Self-study options

Please note: Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, new lawyers may fulfill their New Lawyer Training requirement by viewing live webcasts of programs approved for New Lawyer Training credit. However, you cannot use other forms of self-study, i.e., on-demand seminars, to satisfy your NLT requirement.


Bring essential OSBA CLE programs into your home or office via live CLE Webcasts—seminars broadcasted over the Internet as they occur in real time at OSBA Headquarters. Webcasts range from 60 minute Quick Webcasts to full-day programs. They include video and audio of course speakers, informative slides and seminar handout materials—all conveniently delivered straight to your computer.

Please note: In order for you to obtain optimum results when viewing online CLE or webcasts, your computer must conform to system requirements. Click here to find out more.

On Demand CLE

Log on to our library of archived online CLE videos and choose from a generous selection of courses in a wide variety of practice areas—from business law to trial and litigation—all accessible on your home or office computer, tablet, or smartphone and available 24 hours a day. You will not find another online CLE site with as large a selection and as strong a focus on Ohio specific topics.


Listen anytime, anywhere to an audio recording of an OSBA CLE.

Self-study rules

As of Jan. 1, 2014, the Supreme Court allows 12 hours of CLE credit per reporting period to be taken as self-study. Modes of CLE delivery considered self-study are on demand programs and webcasts.

Any CLE credits earned in excess of the 12-hour limit will not be counted toward the 24 hours of CLE credit required of each attorney per reporting period, nor may these extra credits be carried over into the next reporting period.

System requirements

Online CLE and webcast system requirements
In order for you to obtain optimum results when viewing online CLE or webcasts, your computer must conform to the following requirements.

Important note regarding browser compatibility and purchasing self-study CLE
The following configurations are the officially supported browsers and operating systems for self-study programming:

Windows 7 and most recent browser version

Microsoft Edge 0.10 and most recent browser version

Mozilla Firefox 45 or most recent browser version

Google Chrome 50 or most recent browser version

Mac OS 10.8 and most recent browser version

Safari 6 and most recent browser version

iOS 7.0+ iPad mini or most recent version, iPad 2 or most recent version

Android 4.1+ Tablet 8"+

Windows PC users:
Windows 7 Home Edition or most recent version, Windows 8.0, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10.

MAC Users:

Mac OSX 10.8 or most recent version. Must have an Intel processor (year 2005 or most recent version).

If you experience difficulty viewing webcasts or online CLE programming, please contact the OSBA Member Service Center at (800) 232-7124.

Policies and Procedures

Live webcast seminars are offered at a scheduled time, but viewers can attend from their home, office or even on the road. Webcast viewers receive a video stream via a link accessed through their computers or mobile devices. Slides and seminar handout materials can be downloaded before the program begins. You may access this event from anywhere with an established Internet connection.

During the webcast you will see four unique Attendance Verification code letters, each consisting of a single letter that will be broadcast periodically during the program. These four letters form a code that documents your participation in this CLE program. All four parts of the code will be broadcast several times, at random intervals during the program.

In order to receive CLE credit, click on the button marked “Quiz” and enter the four code letters in the order you received them.

  • The Supreme Court of Ohio does not grant partial credit for webcasts. Therefore, you must view the webcast in its entirety in order to receive credit.
  • Under Supreme Court of Ohio rules, you will be awarded self-study credit for this webcast program.​​​​​​

On Demand CLE
All On Demand CLE courses must be completed within the calendar year in which they are purchased, regardless of purchase date. On Dec. 31 at 12 a.m. (EST), all incomplete programs from the previous year will be terminated and no CLE credit or refunds given.

All On Demand CLE programs must be completed (including submitting the evaluation and printing of certificates) before midnight (EST) on Dec. 31. No CLE credit will be given for any program completed after 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Dec. 31.

When you have completed an On Demand CLE course, you will need to complete the quiz. Your completed course will be viewable under the registrations tab. You may obtain the certificate of completion under your past registrations or view your transcript by using the transcript button.

Please note: In order to insure adequate time for completion of online CLE programs by 11:59 p.m. (EST) on Dec. 31, programs will not be available for sale on Dec. 31 after 10:30 p.m. (EST) for programs one hour in length; or after 9 p.m. (EST) for programs between one and 2.5 hours in length; or after 8 p.m. (EST) for programs more than 2.5 hours in length.



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