Simply insert the portable drive into your computer's USB port and you are ready to view your MCLE-Board-approved video seminar – no Internet connection required!
- PC or Mac computer with USB port
- Adobe® Flash® Player (Please un-check the McAfee Security Scan Plus offer before clicking "Install now".)
Compatibility with mobile devices
The video files are in MP4 format and can be transferred to your iPad, iPhone, or Android phone or tablet for viewing. Please keep in mind that MCLE regulations require a suitable educational environment.
Receiving MCLE Credit
Audio codes are embedded randomly throughout the seminar to meet the requirements of the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board. Please listen carefully for the codes and write them down when you hear them announced.
At the end of the seminar, you will see a link to our Generate Certificate page to obtain your form. Your MCLE certificate will carry the date you visit the Generate Certificate page and obtain your certificate. We recommend generating your certificate immediately, especially if it is near the end of a reporting period.
If you have any trouble obtaining your certificate, please email email@example.com and include all the embedded codes in the seminar. Your timestamped email will assist us in generating your certificate.
Seminar written materials in electronic form (PDF) are included with most USB flash drive seminars at no additional cost. Printed materials are available for most USB seminars for an additional $30.
If you are dissatisfied with the program for any reason and you have not obtained the MCLE Certification of Attendance form or otherwise received MCLE credit for it, please send both the USB flash drive and written materials back to Virginia CLE® for a full refund of the purchase price.
Can I see what a USB seminar looks like? Yes! Please click here to view an interactive demo of the USB interface. Can I share this USB Flash Drive Seminar? No, USB Flash Drive Seminars are licensed on an individual basis. Only the original purchaser may claim MCLE credit. What if I have already taken all or part of this program? MCLE regulations state that you may not receive credit for the same course in two successive credit years. For example, if you received MCLE credit for any part of this program in any form (e.g., live, video replay, phone, CD-ROM, USB, online) between November 1, 2012 and October 31, 2013, you must wait until after October 31, 2014 to take it again for MCLE credit. Note: You must purchase Virginia CLE® programs each time you wish to receive MCLE credit for them. If you discover you have already received credit for all or part of a purchased USB, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may return the USB for a full refund. Can I start the program and finish it later? Yes, you are free to view the USB at different times and even on different computers! Please remember to note your current segment number and the number of minutes you have watched each time you stop. When you return to the program, click the “Video Segments” button, then the segment number where you left off. Move the "scrub bar" at the bottom of the player to a point that is just before the point at which you stopped viewing the program. Be sure to include at least a little of the material you have already seen so you don’t miss any audio codes, which you will need to get your MCLE Certificate. Can I view the program on a tablet or smartphone? Yes, the video files are in MP4 format and can be transferred to your iPad, iPhone, or Android phone or tablet for viewing. Please keep in mind that MCLE regulations require a suitable educational environment. How do I ask questions of the speakers? Please email questions for speakers to email@example.com with the title of the seminar in the email subject line. We will forward your questions to the speakers, and they will either answer you directly or we will email you their responses. Can I make copies of anything on this USB flash drive? No, except for the purpose of temporarily transferring the video files, written materials or both to a mobile device for your personal use only. USB flash drive video seminars are yours to keep for future reference. The seminar copyright is owned by the Virginia Law Foundation.
For more FAQ’s, please visit our Seminar Credit Guide.