Members/Legal Professionals
Members/Legal Professionals

Continuing Legal Education

The LBA is an accredited Continuing Legal Education and Distance Learning provider.  We offer dozens of live CLE programs annually, single- and multi-credit.  We also stream select Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) programs.

We're excited to announce that you can now register for CLEs online! Click here to register!

Special notice:

Effective January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021 the CLE Board is adopting a temporary policy to recognize live online programming by accredited distance learning providers as live (non-capped) credit towards lawyers’ CLE requirement. This will acknowledge the engagement and real-time learning experience synchronous training provides while extending compliance accommodations for attorneys. The LBA is an accredited distance learning provider, so all virtual courses offered by the LBA during 2021 will be considered live CLE courses.

Staff Contact:

Jordan Frederick, Continuing Legal Education Coordinator and Creative Assistant
717-393-0737 Ext. 202


Registering for an LBA CLE (for PBI registration, see below)

Questions or difficulties? Call Jordan at 717-393-0737 Ext. 202

Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) Registration

View a list of PBI courses that the LBA is live-streaming or rebroadcasting, and register directly through PBI. You must register for PBI courses directly through the PBI website. 

CLE Financial Hardship Policy:

The Lancaster Bar Association may, at its discretion, reduce or waive the course fee for any attorney, member or non-member, who wishes to attend an LBA CLE program, but for whom the cost would present a financial hardship.

Requests for fee reductions/waivers, along with a brief explanation of hardship, must be received at least 10 days prior to the CLE program.  Send requests directly to LBA Executive Director Lisa Driendl-Miller at, or call 717-393-7721. All requests will be treated confidentially. 

The payment of CLE credit fees ($1.50 per credit), separate from course fees, will remain the responsibility of the attorney.