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THE ADVOCATES (CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION) REGULATIONS, 2004.
Undertaking of Continuing Legal Education
3. Advocates to undertake CLE
4. Exemption from undertaking CLE
5. Application for exemption
6. Waiver to undertake CLE
Accreditation of Providers, Programmes and Workshops
7. Application for accreditation as provider
8. Accreditation of programme or workshop
9. Application for accreditation of programme or workshop
10. Standards for programme or workshop
Duties of Advocates, the Committee and Providers
11. Duties of advocate
12. Duties of Committee
13. Duties of provider
14. Evaluation by provider
15. Advertisement of programme or workshop
16. Facilities for advocates with disabilities
17. Non compliance.
APPLICATION FOR ACCREDITATION OF CLE PROGRAMME/ WORKSHOP.
The Advocates (Continuing Legal Education) Regulations, 2004.
(Under section 77(1) (a) of the Advocates Act, Cap 267).
IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred on the Law Council by section 77(1) (a) of the Advocates Act, these Regulations are made this 26th day of August, 2004.
These Regulations may be cited as the Advocates (Continuing Legal Education) Regulations, 2004.
In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—
“accredited provider” means an institution, association or other person accredited by the Committee to provide continuing legal education in accordance with these Regulations;
“Act” means the Advocates Act;
“advocate” means a person whose name is entered on the roll of advocates; “approved instructor” means an advocate or judge approved or sponsored by an accredited provider to conduct a CLE programme or workshop;
“CLE” means continuing legal education provided in accordance with these Regulations;
“Committee” means the Committee on Legal Education and Training established by section 6A of the Act;
“faculty” includes a resource person, lecturer, speaker or other person who conducts CLE activities;
“in-house activity” means an educational activity offered by a law firm or group of law firms, a corporate entity or a government department; or a combination of those activities, and with which an advocate is affiliated;