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  • CKPs are required to complete at least 8 credits, 2 of which must be ethics.
  • 2022 CLEs must be completed by December 31, 2022.


Upcoming Free CLEs

Need a few more CLEs before the end of the year? There’s still time! See below for a list of free CLEs.



Key Developments – Genomics in Mesothelioma Cases*



Thursday, December 1, 2022: 1:30pm – 2:45pm

Presented by ToxicoGenomica via Perrin Conferences



Kentucky AOC Legal Training for Dependency, Neglect and Abuse


Track 1: Wednesday, 12/07/2022: 9:00am – 1:00pm

Track 2: Thursday,     12/08/2022  9:00am – 1:30pm



Removal in Insurance Cases*



Wednesday, December 7, 2022: 11:30am – 12:30pm

Presented by Cozen O’Conner



Path to Permanent Residency: PERM*



Wednesday, December 7, 2022: 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Presented by Cozen O’Conner



Expect the Unexpected: Disaster Planning and Recovery for Your Law Firm*



Thursday, December 15, 2022: 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Presented by Smokeball


LexVID *



Free on-demand CLE for creating an account

*Information taken from, a menu of free continuing legal education.


Cost Effective Options





  • KPA Members have exclusive access to virtual CLE courses through InReach.
  • Starting at $30.00
  • Previously recorded KPA CLEs



National Federation of Paralegal Associations



  • Several live webinars through the end of the year
  • $25.00 for members
  • $50.00 for non-members



National Association of Legal Assistants



  • Several live webinars through the end of the year
  • $45.00 for members
  • $65.00 for non-members




CLE Verification is the Responsibility of the Paralegal


CKP Purposes

  • All of the above listed CLEs are approved for CLE credit for CKP purposes
  • Must submit proof of attendance – registration alone is not sufficient for CLE credit.
  • The above-listed providers have mechanisms to verify attendance beyond registration. It is your responsibility to secure proof of attendance for CKP CLE purposes.
  • It is your responsibility to submit any 2022 CLE credits for CKP purposes on the required form with required supporting documentation to KPACC by 01/31/2023.


Other Credentialing Purposes

It is your responsibility to verify acceptance of the above CLEs for any credentialing program outside of the CKP program.



The Kentucky Paralegal Association, Kentucky Paralegal Association Certification Committee, and its affiliates are providing the above information for informational purposes and this information should not be considered an endorsement of the named organizations or their affiliates. This includes all digital content, including but not exhaustive of email, blog, podcasts, events, all social media, webinars, and other content whether they are available for purchase, as resources or education and information only. All content mentioned does not constitute as legal advice. KPA and/or KPACC make no guarantees, including, but not limited to, the information of the provided resources to be accurate, complete, reliable, current, or error-free. Use of any of the resources provided above is at your own risk.


To current CKPs, thank you for all that you do! If you’re interested in being a CKP, welcome! We’re glad you’re here.


Please a take a moment to review the eligibility criteria on our website at

Applying for the Exam

Please find our application here:

Study Materials

Free study materials for the exam can be found here:

Each bullet is a hyperlink which will take you directly to the applicable study


What to Expect

You will have two (2) hours to complete the examination. The examination consists of 40

true/false or multiple-choice questions on the subject of Ethics. A minimum passing score of

70% is required to earn the Certified Kentucky Paralegal credential. Candidates are asked to

demonstrate knowledge of the Kentucky Paralegal Association Paralegal Professional Standards

of Conduct which include an understanding of ethical responsibilities in the performance of

services provided when assisting lawyers and their clients.

Questions on the exam were permutated from these documents and all answers can be found

within the material. It is important that candidates read all study guide material provided in

preparation for the examination.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Best regards,

Beth Camic, CKP

Director of Certification 2022 - 2023

KY Paralegal Association


To receive credit, CKPs must:
  •  Report CLEs to the KPACC Committee* on or before January 31, 2022;
  • Submit all credits on a KPACC Approved CLE Certificate of Attendance; and
  • Attach supporting documentation including, but not limited to, the CLE sponsor’s certificate verifying attendance and/or completion of credit(s) as defined under Section 2.01(H), the seminar brochure, outline or other written materials.

*CKPs may submit CLEs and supporting documentation via email at or to their designated KPACC Committee Member.

Committee member’s will be reaching out to their CKPs soon.


Looking for credit resources?

KPA Annual Conference registration is still open. Register today for an opportunity to earn all annual CLE credits.

Check out InReach, which is a KPA member benefit.

Section 9.02 of the KPA Professional Standards and Certification Program Policy also lists KPACC-approved CLE sponsors and many offer free or low-cost webinars. 

In addition to the Kentucky Paralegal Association, KPACC-approved CLE providers include any sponsor conducting activity approved for CLE credit by a local paralegal associations within Kentucky (including GLPALAPNKAPSKAPWKP), national paralegal associations (including NFPANALA), the Kentucky Bar Association, the American Bar Association, or other local, state, or national paralegal or bar associations within the United States.

A list of additional CLE providers is posted on the CKP page of the KPA website.

Another resource is the KBA's Accredited Programs search page, where you will Continuing Legal Education Reminders find a schedule of upcoming KPACC-approved webinars and on-demand programs.

Did You Know KPACC Is a Volunteer Committee?

KY Paralegal Association Certification Committee is made up of 5 volunteers who enjoy giving back to their paralegal community. Many of us hold several positions in the paralegal community through city, state, and national organizations.

We strive to provide CKPs with efficient access to information to meet their individual needs. Please know, this time of year the demands on KPACC are great.

As a result you may experience a delay in response. Please know we will respond as soon as possible.


PURPOSE The purpose of the Kentucky Paralegal Association’s Certified Kentucky Paralegal Program is to implement Kentucky Supreme Court Rule 3.700 for paralegals in Kentucky by establishing a procedure for paralegal certification, which will promote competence and high standards of professional responsibility, including the Kentucky Paralegal Association’s Paralegal Professional Standards of Conduct. This is accomplished by setting minimum training, work experience, and education requirements for eligibility to be a designated Certified Kentucky Paralegal. The ultimate purpose of this self-regulation program is to improve the quality of legal service in Kentucky and make it more readily available to the public. Certification of qualifications and commitment to high professional and ethical standards by paralegals will lead to appropriate recognition of the substantial and essential contribution paralegals make to the provision of legal services in Kentucky.

QUESTIONS:  If you have additional questions regarding the KPA's Certified Kentucky Paralegal Program, please contact the Kentucky Paralegal Association Certification Committee (KPACC) directly at POLICY:  View the KPA's Professional Standards and Certification Program Policy HERE.

OFFICIAL CKP ROSTER:  For verification of Certified Kentucky Paralegals in good standing, please contact KPACC at 


Kentucky Paralegal Association
P. O. Box 2675
Louisville, Kentucky 40201-2675 

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