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The Virginia State Bar is closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 (novel coronavirus disease). Our priority is the safety of our members, our staff, and our community. If the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health deem it necessary to cancel or modify scheduled events, we will communicate these changes to you as soon as possible via our website.
The Virginia State Bar continues to provide essential services to Virginia’s lawyers and the public. However, we have taken steps to keep the health and safety of our members, employees, and the general public at the forefront of our actions during this rapidly changing situation. Accordingly, many in-person services will be reduced or suspended. We strongly urge the use of electronic communication to assist us in providing services. The VSB office at 1111 E. Main Street is closed to visitors. If you need to reach a staff person, please send an email or call the appropriate contact person.
[March 28 update: On March 27, 2020, the Supreme Court of Virginia issued an order extending the judicial emergency response to the COVID-19 emergency beginning April 6 through April 26, 2020, for all district and circuit courts of the Commonwealth.]
|3/27/2020|||||Public Disciplinary Hearings - CONTINUED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE|
|4/3/2020|||||Solo & Small-Firm Practitioner Forum - CANCELED|
|4/13/2020 - 4/17/2020|||||Supreme Court of Virginia in session|
|4/15/2020|||||Past Presidents’ Dinner - CANCELED|
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