CLE/CJE/CEU Information


CEU/CLE/CJE – Continuing Education Credits – Online Only! (DEADLINE: December 27, 2013)


Did you register for Vet Court Con with your email address? If not, email Ann Wilson at

Continuing legal education (CLE) and continuing judicial education (CJE) credits will be offered for attorneys and judges attending the conference. Continuing education units (CEU) will be offered for mental health and drug addiction treatment professionals. NADCP/Justice For Vets is a NAADAC-approved education provider.

You will be able to complete your evaluation and get your certificate up until December 16, 2013. Attendees will receive a link from “meeting metrics” to access the session evaluations, post conference evaluation, and obtain your certificate for continuing education credit. This link will be sent to the email address you provided when you registered. To receive CEU, CLE, or CJE credits, you must have registered with your email address. If you don’t have an email address or did not provide one when you registered – see the onsite CEU/CLE/CJE desk for assistance. Attendees cannot use another attendee’s email link to access the survey as the certificate will be in another person’s name. You must complete your online certificate of attendance once you’ve completed all your session evaluations in order to have your hours reported to your state.

  • YOU MUST RECORD EACH SESSION YOU ATTENDED ONLINE WITH MEETING MATRIX IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT. Pre-approval of hours will still continue as in years past, and reports will still be made to states requiring reports from the provider. All reports will be based on the on-line evaluation and attendance that you complete.
  • ​After the conference, complete the post-conference evaluation. Upon completion of all evaluations, the Meeting Metrics system will prompt you to enter your bar or certification number in addition to identifying your credentialing state. Once completed, your certificate will become available for download and can be printed at your leisure.
  • In order to receive credits, all evaluations must be completed in the Meeting Metrics system by December 16, 2013.
  • Make sure to visit the CLE/CJE/CEU desk during the conference to obtain State required certificates (primarily CLE and CJE), to sign-in (CA CLE) and to ensure you are completing everything necessary to receive credit.

For questions or assistance with the automated system, please check with the CLE/CJE/CEU desk onsite or email Ann Wilson at .

Total Possible Vet Court Con Credits Hours

General: 17.25 hours
Included in the 17.25 hours are:

Legal Ethics: 5 hours

CEU Ethics: 2.5 hours (1.25 law enforcement and 1.25 veteran mentor ethics)