Please Read the CLE Instructions before Continuing

To receive CLE/CPE credit, all participants must listen to/view the entire program. Each program contains numeric codes that are orally/visually delivered at random points. Please listen/look for the codes and record them. You will be asked to enter the codes when requesting a CLE/CPE certificate of completion.

After completing the program, please proceed to requesting your CLE/CPE certificate of completion. This link will direct you to the continuing education evaluation page, which you are required to complete to receive your certificate. Once you have completed the evaluation, notification will be sent to the ABI CLE staff, who will forward you a CLE/CPE certificate. Please allow 48 hours for receipt of your CLE/CPE certificate. If you have any questions, please contact ABI at or 703.739.0800.

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Nuts and Bolts

Purchase includes one year ABI membership ($275 values - new members only)

CLE is approved in AL, CA, DE and GA, and pending in LA, MO and NM. If you have any questions contact ABI via email - or phone –703.739.0800.

Getting Board Certified: Preparing for the ABC Exam

Achieving American Board Certification (ABC) means you have met the rigorous, objective standards of a top professional in the areas of bankruptcy and/or creditors rights. The ABC Exam is the essential step in the process, and this 5-part on-demand course will prepare you to pass the test. When you click on the "Register" button, you will see an intro video that explains the benefits of the ABC certification, the steps in the process and what to expect in the exam. The full exam prep course will qualify for six hours of CLE credit (where permitted for online learning), including one hour of ethics. The course is $295 for ABI members, $395 for non-members. The non-member $395 fee also includes 1 year of ABI Membership ($295 value).

ABI encourages participants to ask questions during sessions both live and on demand. If you have a question for a panelist during a session you should email the panelist your question and the panelist will respond to you promptly. Most panelists are ABI members, so you can access the panelist's email address in ABI's membership directory, or alternatively you can go to and ask your question there.