Nassau County
Bar Association

COVID-19 and Court Updates and Resources

See below for the latest updates regarding the courts and COVID-19. Additional resources also available on our website.
BBQ at the Bar 2020 Survey
Would you be interested in attending the NCBA BBQ at the Bar on September 10 with social distancing and safety guidelines in place?

Questions? Wish to renew over the phone? Call the NCBA Membership Department at (516) 747-4070 to make a payment or request an invoice.
Thank you for your continued support of the
Nassau County Bar Association.
NCBA Social Justice Book Club
The NCBA Diversity and Inclusion Committee is proud to present the Social Justice Book Club , a forum for Members to join and discuss selections that start the conversation about inequality and injustice in the U.S. and around the world. We hope that you will join us.

Upcoming NCBA CLE Programs

The Nassau Academy of Law is working hard to manually process each form, please be patient with them!

  • Please DO NOT send the forms to an individual staff member. 
July 13, 2020
Dean’s Hour: Bostock: Reaffirming Rights and Responsibilities in Employment Law
3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

With the NCBA LGBTQ and Labor and Employment Law Committees

  • 1 credit in diversity, inclusion and elimination of bias
July 15, 2020
Dean's Hour: Finding Flow in the Practice of Law and Beyond
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

With the NCBA Community Relations and Public Education Committee

  • 1 credit in ethics 

July 22, 2020
Dean’s Hour: Lawyer, Ballplayer, Spy: The Many Lives of Moe Berg
12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

  • 1 credit in professional practice

Appropriating Churchill’s words, it could rightfully be said that Morris “Moe” Berg was “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.” A truly fascinating figure, Berg was the consummate polymath. He was cut a larger-than-life figure as a ballplayer, an attorney, and a gentleman spy during World War II. His story touches upon baseball, the legal profession, espionage, and the intellectual in American life.
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