Financial Hardship

I want to attend a program, but am not sure I can afford it. Do you ever reduce the price of your programs for Missouri Bar members experiencing financial difficulties?
The Missouri Bar through MoBarCLE is committed to providing CLE programs at an affordable price to attorneys. Missouri Bar members who are unable to afford seminar course fees due to financial hardship may complete an application for a complete waiver or reduced fee. To apply for consideration of a particular program, please complete both pages of this form, sign it, and submit to our office at least three (3) weeks prior to the program date. Waivers and reduced fees will not be awarded at the door on the date of the program. Financial aid shall be capped once an attorney has obtained nine (9) MCLE hours of credit in one reporting period. Under Rule 15.04.5 an attorney may earn up to six (6) MCLE hours of self-study. The determination of whether an attorney is eligible for a reduced or waived fee will be made on a case-by-case basis based upon factors including professional relevance, financial need and the space available for the seminar. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our office.