My MCLE experiences temporary downtime
As of 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 30, The Missouri Bar has temporarily suspended access to the My MCLE online reporting system. The Missouri Bar will provide notice to its members via MoBar.org on when the system will once again be open to lawyers for reporting MCLE requirements. MCLE compliance must be reported by July 31, 2021, for the 2020-21 reporting year.
The temporary downtime for the My MCLE online reporting system was necessary due to intermittent MoBar.org website outages caused by heavier-than-normal traffic. The website's increased usage is tied to members accessing MoBarCLE online programming in order to complete their Supreme Court of Missouri Rule 15 minimum continuing legal education requirements by the June 30 deadline. At the same time, a high number of lawyers were reporting completed MCLE credits through the My MCLE online reporting system well in advance of the July 31 deadline.
The Missouri Bar appreciates Missouri lawyers submitting their MCLE compliance reports early. Unfortunately, the influx of heavy traffic across MoBarCLE programming and the My MCLE reporting system, both on MoBar.org, caused unpredictable website outages. Therefore, the bar has temporarily suspended access to the My MCLE online reporting system to best accommodate Missouri lawyers who are completing CLE through the June 30 deadline for such programs to be completed.
The Missouri Bar anticipates access to the My MCLE online reporting system to be restored no later than July 2, 2021.