CLE Information and Registration

The Tulane Environmental & Energy Law Society is pleased to present its 27th Annual Summit on Environmental Law & Policy, to be held March 11th-12th, 2022 as a hybrid conference. The Summit will feature concurrent, CLE-accredited virtual panels and is open to attorneys, students, and university faculty, public interest organizations and the general public. The accreditation process is underway, please check back soon for registration details. Additional information will be added below:


General/CLE Registration

Tracking CLE Credits: 

State Bar Associations require us to “track” attendance at virtual conferences.

During each panel, the moderator will let everyone know the code word for the session in the chat. Please be sure to pay attention to the screen because the host will send out a poll asking the code word at some point during the panel! Further, jot down the code word for each panel – this is needed for the survey at the end of the day.

At the end of each day, you will be sent a survey asking for the code words for each session. Please fill out the survey as soon as you receive it.

A self-reporting form will be generated and sent to you shortly after the Summit. You must complete this form and return it within one week (7 days) to claim and receive CLE credit.


Since COVID-19 has impacted our meeting in-person for the conference, we are waiving the traditional fees for CLE credit for this year.

You may forward any questions you have about the 2022 Summit’s CLE opportunities to Charles Lally at

For information on the CLE credits offered, please see the summit schedule and CLE credit program below:


  • Alabama – 11.30 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
  • Georgia – 11.00 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
  • Kansas – 13.50 general hours, including 2.0 ethics and professionalism
  • Louisiana – 6.0 general hours, including 1.0 ethics and 1.0 professionalism. Please note, the Louisiana Supreme Court has capped self-study (virtual) attendance at six (6.0) hours for 2022.
  • Mississippi – 11.30 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
  • Missouri – 13.60 general credits, including 2.4 ethics
  • New Jersey – 13.60 general hours, including 2.4 ethics
  • New York – Approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 13.60 credit hours, of which 2.4 credit hours can be applied toward the ethics requirement
  • Pennsylvania – 11.25 general credits, including 2.0 ethics
  • Texas – 11.25 general credits, including 2.0 ethics