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Request your Continuing Legal Education attendance record
Please submit the request form on this page to receive an email with a link to your personal continuing legal education (CLE) record for the current year.

The page lists:

  • Your attendance record for sessions hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright in the current CLE year.
  • The number of points earned from each session
  • The category which the points are applicable for; and
  • Links to any available presentation material for those sessions.
Practitioners registered in WA

The Legal Practice Board of WA have implemented a new Online CPD Management System (CPDMS) and CPD providers, like Norton Rose Fulbright, are now required to regularly provide attendance data for all CPD activities from 1 April 2021. We will be uploading this data to the CPDMS on a quarterly basis. As such, you must provide your Practitioner ID to ensure we are able to accurately record points for the sessions you have attended. If the correct Practitioner ID is not provided, points cannot be loaded into the CPDMS.
About your record
You need to view at least 85% of the webinar to successfully earn the CPD point. Please ensure this meets the requirements necessary to earn a CPD point, within your jurisdiction.

Please allow up to 1 week for new webinars to reflect on your record.


If you have any questions please email:

'WA Practitioner ID' is the number issued to all legal practitioners registered in Western Australia by the Legal Practice Board of WA. If you are a registered practitioner in WA, you must provide your Practitioner ID to ensure the accurate recording of CPD point allocation for Norton Rose Fulbright sessions you have attended.
CLE Library

We have a number of online webinars available on the CLE library which you can watch on-demand. Click on the links to browse the webinars available for each category.

Notice on CLE rules and obligations

For the most recent updates to CLE rules and obligations due to the impact of COVID-19, please refer to guidance from your state’s Law Society.