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VBA on Main closes temporarily, staff to work remotely
To our loyal members and friends:

The Virginia Bar Association is only as strong as the members we serve. We cherish the relationships cultivated over our 132-year history as the first and largest voluntary statewide bar in the commonwealth.

We hope to strengthen that bond during this unprecedented time of uncertainty. The safety of our members and staff has always been a priority. Now, more than ever, we are vigilantly enacting changes to ensure the comfort and confidence of Virginia lawyers.

Accordingly, effective at the close of business today, March 16, use of VBA on Main will be temporarily suspended. The VBA team will continue to serve you, but by working at alternative sites. The VBA management and officers will reassess the situation on Friday, March 20, and share any updates with you.

Please keep staff informed of any event changes so that members can be notified.

  • Reach staff as usual by phone or email.
  • Continue to reserve and use VBA conference call lines for association business.

All in-person events previously scheduled between March 16 through April 3 have been postponed or rescheduled. Please visit the home page of our website, , and calendar at , to learn more and for updates as they occur.
Events you can attend by webinar
These upcoming informational sessions for VBA members will be held by webinar. They remain open for you to register from wherever you may be working:
Updates? See the VBA calendar, Facebook events
Organizers of several March and April events are reviewing whether to hold them or reschedule. VBA staff will update the calendar of events, at, news on the VBA home page and VBA Facebook events as information is received.

At this point, six events will not occur on their promoted dates: