The Premier Gathering of Legal Leadership within the Food Retail Industry

The FMI Legal Conference is designed for the legal leadership of the retail and wholesale food industries, including general counsel, corporate counsel and invited retained counsel, as well as other corporate executives involved with legal issues.

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2018 CLE Accreditation Information (subject to change)
Jurisdiction Application Status
California Approved for 9.5 general credit hours
District of Columbia No mandatory CLE
Florida Approved for 11.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour
Idaho Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Illinois Approved for 9.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Indiana Approved for 9.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Kansas Approved for 10 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Louisiana Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Maryland No mandatory CLE
Massachusetts No mandatory CLE
Minnesota Approved for 9.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Missouri Approved for 10.4 general credit hours and 1.2 ethics credit hours.
New Jersey Approved for 11.4 general credit hours and 1.2 ethics credit hours.
New York New York grants CLE credit for courses sanctioned by certain jurisdictions. Documentation will be provided to any person requesting CLE credits for New York.
North Carolina Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Ohio Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Pennsylvania Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Texas Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Virginia Approved for 5.0 general credit hours.
Vermont Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Washington State Approved for 8.5 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.
Wisconsin Approved for 11 general credit hours and 1 ethics credit hour.