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Welcome to our new website! We are excited to bring you an improved visual and user experience. In order to use these features - including the member dashboard and to renew your license requirements - you will have to log in. Follow the instructions below to login and activate your account.
Complete Licensing Renewal
& MCLE Compliance Now!
If this is your first time logging in to the new website or you have forgotten your password, you will need to reset your account.
Click LOG IN in the top right corner.
Your username will be your EMAIL OF RECORD.
Navigate to the LOG IN page.
Click FORGOT PASSWORD underneath the login portal.
Enter your USERNAME/ADDRESS OF RECORD
Again, if you do not know your email of record, or you don't have access to it, Contact the State Bar. A member of our staff will change your email in our system.
The system will send you an email with reset instructions to the email you entered.
Open up your email and look for an email from the State Bar titled TEMPORARY PASSWORD REQUEST. You may need to check your junk or clutter folder.
Click the link to reset your password. It will redirect you to the State Bar website’s password change form.
Your password has now been reset.
Visit the LOG IN page and attempt to login with your new credentials.
If your login attemp is unsuccessful, contact the State Bar.
Your Member Dashboard includes a number of helpful links including:
An example of your member dashboard is below.
To access it, click the MY DASHBOARD button at the top right of the page and log in.
2022 license fees and certifications are due Feb. 1, 2022. Please note that the New Mexico Supreme Court recently revised rules relating to attorney licensing and MCLE rules. Vouisit www.sbnm.org/compliance to view the order and learn more.
Navigate to www.sbnm.org/mydashboard or click the MY DASHBOARD button in the top right corner of this page. Log in when prompted.
Navigate to the 2022 LICENSE RENEWAL link on the right hand side of the dashboard.
Complete all four parts of the license renewal portal as shown below.
View Written License Renewal Instructions. For assistance, email us or call us at 505-797-6054.
2021 MCLE compliance is due Feb 1, 2022. Please note that the New Mexico Supreme Court recently revised rules relating to attorney licensing and MCLE rules. Visit www.sbnm.org/compliance to view the order and learn more. It is your responsibility to ensure that MCLE has properlly documented your credit history prior to any deadlines.
Navigate to MCLE on the right side of the dashboard.
This page will give you a detailed view of MCLE transcripts for 2018-2022. Click on the compliance year for which you want to see more detail.
Click the image below for a detailed explanation of each part of your new MCLE transcript.