Colorado Bar Association CLE

CBA-CLE is the nonprofit educational arm of the

Colorado Bar Association and the Denver Bar Association.


Technical FAQs

What is the "CLE Dashboard"?

The CLE Dashboard is the core of your personal experience with the CBA-CLE website.

The CLE Dashboard is where you can access your CLE and update your Practice Area and Interest Tags.
By self-selecting your preferences, we can show you relevant content and find out what you want to learn more about.

The CLE Dashboard is where you will find tabs with the following important resources:

Your Online Homestudies
  • Access Supreme Court Course ID#
  • View Invoice
  • Download Materialsin PDF format
  • Download MP3
  • View Video On-Demand
Your Seminar & Webinar History
  • Access Supreme Court Course ID#
  • View Invoice
  • Download Materialsin PDF format
  • Download MP3*
  • View Webinar
Your CD Homestudies
(Discontinued in 2022)
  • Access Supreme Court Course ID#
  • View Invoice
  • Download Materialsin PDF format
Your Books
  • View Invoice
  • Download Electronic Books
Your Forms
  • Download Forms (CLE Pass holders only)
Your Account
  • Update Your Information
  • View Transaction History
  • View Event History

*When you attend a Live Seminar or Live Webinar, CBA-CLE adds a complimentary MP3 Audio recording of the program to your record. 

To access MP3 Download programs:

  • We deliver our full-day and half-day programs as .zip files. After downloading and "Extracting" the contents of the .zip file, a folder will be created containing the individual MP3 audio files for each segment of the program. MP3 files can be played on a computer with iTunes, Windows Media Player, and many other audio players. To play/open/downloaded a .zip to your iPad, iPhone, and other mobile devices, you will need a "File Management" app that can open .zip files (there are many to choose from).
  • 1-hour programs are delivered as a direct MP3 download. Individual files will begin playing upon clicking the link. If you would rather save the file, simply right-click on the MP3 download link and choose "save link as" or "save target as".
  • Course materials are delivered in PDF format. You will need a recent version of Adobe Reader. Free Download here:
  • A connection to the Internet of at least 1.5 mbps is highly recommended. Download times are determined by your connection speed. Check your speed now.
  • A sound card and speakers
  • A media player capable of playing an MP3 audio file like Windows Media Player of Quicktime player.

Questions? Contact [email protected]

To view a Live Webinar or a Video On-Demand, you will need:

  • Desktop/Laptop Computers will need a current browser and a high-speed internet connection.
  • Tablets and iOS devices will need a web browser and a high speed wi-fi connection. Our video is encoded HTML5 compliant x264 format which will play on any contemporary device with sufficient bandwidth.
  • Course materials are delivered in PDF format. You will need a recent version of Adobe Reader. Free Download here:
  • A connection to the Internet of at least 1.5 mbps is highly recommended, and most people now have connections at that speed or faster. Check your speed now.
  • A sound card and speakers
  • A current web browser. Click any of the web browser names below to download the latest versions.

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Can I use my iPad/iPhone/Android?

Yes! Our webinar/video on-demand player is iOS/Android friendly. You won't need any extra apps to watch our videos. We deliver our full-day and half-day MP3 courses as .zip files. Once you download the .zip files, the individual MP3 files can be moved to your mobile device. iOS users can use iTunes to transfer .mp3 files from a desktop computer to their mobile device. If you want to download directly to your mobile device, it is worth noting that the Safari browser that comes by default with iOS devices does not support downloads. We recommend that mobile users use a Download Manager application like "Files - File Manager & Web Browser" for downloading media files to your device. The Files app behaves exactly like a web browser, but it will create a "Download" option for any links to downloadable content, including MP3 audio files, MP4 video files and PDF documents. 


Dropbox is another useful way to transfer media files back and forth between your desktop computer and your portable device.

Using Safari with iOS Devices
- The contextual menu (point and hold) in Safari only offers the following options: Open, Open in New Tab, Add to Reading List, Copy
- Safari does not support most kinds of downloads - you can only view content within it
- This means you won't be able to save .zip (.mp3 audio) files or video (.mp4) without a "Download Manager" application on your iPhone or iPad

Using Download Manager Apps
- Download manager apps work just like web browsers, but they also allow you to manage any downloads you encounter on the web
- Login at and go to your CLE Dashboard. When you get to a link for a downloadable resource, notice how the download manager offers a "Download" option in the contextual menu. The addition of this "Download Linked File As..." option makes managing media files on your mobile device much more intuitive and straightforward.

Questions? Contact [email protected]

What is the difference between Live Webinars and Video On-Demand home studies?

Live Webinars are live broadcasts of Seminars taking place in the CLE Classroom that you can view online using a high-speed internet connection. Live Webinars are accredited as Live Events. Since Webinars are live, you have the opportunity to submit questions and get responses in real-time with the presenter.

Video On-Demand home studies are archived recordings of Seminars that you can watch or download at your leisure.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that websites put on your PC to store information about you and your preferences. Cookies can make your browsing experience better by letting sites remember your preferences or letting you avoid signing in each time you visit certain sites. The website uses cookies to initiate the CLE Pass and to populate the items in your CLE Dashboard. It is possible that you have old cookies stored in your browser temp files that can prevent a successful login. This is why we advise you to remove old cookies if you experience trouble logging in or accessing your CLE Dashboard. It is worth noting that removing cookies from your computer is a good "house-keeping" measure as some cookies might put your privacy at risk by tracking sites that you visit.

I am a new CLE Passholder. How do I delete old cookies from my computer?

Before you use your CLE Pass for the first time, it is important that you log out of any delete any old cookies from from your web browser, and then log back in. If you do not delete old cookies from, it is possible that you will not be recognized as a Pass holder.
(If you have never been to the website, there will be no cookie file.)

If you use Google Chrome as your Browser:

  • Click the menu icon in the upper-right corner of the browser toolbar.
  • Select "Settings".
  • Click "Show advanced settings".
  • In the "Privacy" section, click the "Content settings" button.
  • In the "Cookies" section, you can change the following cookies settings:
    - Click "All cookies and site data" to open the Cookies and site data dialog.
    - Type "" in the search box in the upper right corner and then "Remove All"
    for details: visit

If you use Firefox as your Browser:

If you use Safari as your Browser:

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