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Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)

MCLE Requirements

The Commonwealth of Virginia mandates 12 continuing legal education (CLE) hours, including 2 hours in ethics/professionalism and 4 hours from live programs.

  • MCLE completion deadline: Oct. 31, 2014
  • MCLE reporting deadline: Dec. 16, 2014
  • MCLE late filing deadline: Feb. 1, 2015

Failure to meet deadlines results in $100 fines.

Continuing Legal Education Programs

The Virginia Bar Association offers a wide variety of continuing legal educational programs to satisfy your MCLE credits. In 2014, so far, we've offered programming at our Annual Meeting, Spring Symposium, Bankruptcy Law Conference, Health Law Legislative Update and Summer Meeting. See below for a list of our upcoming programs or check out our CLE calendar.

MCLE Program Calendar

Online CLE

Unable to attend in person? No problem. The VBA offers all lawyers continuing legal education courses on demand through VBA Online CLE, written materials included. VBA members enjoy special discounts.

VBA Online CLE




Upcoming MCLE Programs


19th Annual Virginia Health Law Legislative Update and ExtravaganzaOpen in a New Window

Register Today

This conference is a presentation of The Virginia Bar Association Health Law Section in cooperation with the Health Law Section of the Virginia State Bar. 

Registration will fill quickly - seating is limited. Register online above, or by downloading the PDF below and faxing, mailing or emailing it in to the VBA office. Bookmark vba.org/17healthupdate to stay up to date on conference details.

FILLABLE REGISTRATION FORM [PDF]

What to Expect

This conference seeks to provide 4.0 hours of MCLE credit, including 2.0 hours in Ethics. View the complete agenda below:

CONFERENCE AGENDA [PDF]

12 Noon - 4:30 p.m.

  • The first half of the program will feature a panel discussion on legislative updates

  • Tom Spahn, of McGuireWoods, will present his two hour ethics program, "Ethics Issues Facing Corporate Counsel: Part I (Identifying the Client)".

  • Reception to immediately follow!

Parking Information 

Parking will be validated. Entering the parking deck from 10th Street, bear to the left and proceed up the ramp to hourly park. Please bring the parking ticket, issued at entry, with you for validation by Williams Mullen. Once parked, follow the sign indicating "Elevators and Stairs to 10th Street" on the east side of the building. Take the parking garage elevator or stairs on the 10th Street side of the parking deck to the street level. Exit the building, then enter lobby of Williams Mullen Center at 200 South 10th Street.

 

20th Annual Bankruptcy Law ConferenceOpen in a New Window

Registration Open!

VBA and non-VBA members can register online above, or by downloading the PDF below and sending it to the VBA office via mail, fax or email.

PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM [PDF]

ATTENDEE TYPE FEE
VBA Bankruptcy Section Members $285
VBA Members $320
Non-VBA Members $370

Registration includes a Friday night welcome reception, Saturday breakfast, Saturday lunch, and 4.0 (1.0 Ethics) MCLE hours (approval pending).

The conference is open to all bankruptcy attorneys. VBA Bankruptcy Section members enjoy a discounted rate. VBA members do, too! If you are not a VBA member, it's not too late to join. Or join the section if you're already a VBA member.

See you in Williamsburg!

Book Your Room by April 14

Conference attendees benefit from a discounted overnight rate of $169 at the Kingsmill Resor in Williamsburg. Reserve your room by April 14 to take advantage of this special offer.

  • Reserve via phone by calling: 757-253-1703 and referencing The Virginia Bar Association

What to Expect

DOWNLOADABLE AGENDA [PDF]

This seminar, sponsored by the VBA Bankruptcy Law Section, seeks to provide at least 4 hours (1 ethics) of MCLE Credit (approval pending).

Scheduled activities will kick off on Friday evening with a cocktail reception to welcome meeting attendees and guests. After a breakfast buffet, programming will take place Saturday morning until 12:30 p.m. A luncheon will follow.

Sessions will feature a number of bankruptcy judges and attorneys from across the state.

Golf Outing

A golf outing will follow Saturday's CLE programming and lunch. Anyone interested in participating should email Bankruptcy Section Vice-Chair Chris Jones.

 

127th Summer MeetingOpen in a New Window

Bookmark this page or remember vba.org/vbasummer17 and return when more details are available.

Special features of this meeting include plans to present Virginia's first debate among the candidates for governor.

If you are interested in information about sponsoring, exhibiting or advertising in conjunction with the 127th Summer Meeting, please contact the VBA at 804-644-0041.

 

47th Annual Conference on Labor Relations and Employment LawOpen in a New Window

Express Your Interest

Check back in the coming months for details on programming and registration. In the meantime, mark your calendar and book your room! You can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available.

Express your interest

Book Your Room

A special room rate of $160/night is available to all conference attendees. Call 757-763-6200 and reference The Virginia Bar Association's Labor and Employment conference by August 22, 2017 to reserve your room. You can also visit the Hilton Norfolk online to take advantage of this special offer.

 

Symposium on the Future of Alternative Dispute ResolutionOpen in a New Window

The event will explore how Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) fits in now, and how negotiation and other ADR skills are critical for the future as the practice of law changes.

The Joint ADR Committee is organizing the symposium, which is expected to offer CLE and CME credit.

Check back closer to the event for more details.

Registration information is not yet available for this event. In the meantime, you can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available.

Express your interest

 

Administrative Law Section Annual Fall Ethics CLEOpen in a New Window

What to Expect

This annual event, sponsored by the Administrative Law Section, is free of charge. Leslie A.T. Haley, of ParkHaley, LLC, and Marni E. Byrum, of McQuade Byrum PLLC, will present a 2 hour Ethics CLE program. This free event will fill up quickly. 

Express Your Interest

Registration for this event is not yet open. Bookmark this page, and check back in the coming months for programming information. In the meantime, you can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available.

Express your interest

 

13th Annual Virginia Health Care Practitioners' RoundtableOpen in a New Window

This annual seminar, sponsored by the Health Law Section, is an all-day conference held at the Troutman Sanders offices in Richmond. The conference begins at 8:30 a.m. with a light breakfast. Programming, which consists of six presentations, runs from 9 a.m. to 4:10 p.m. The registration fee includes a boxed lunch.

Express Your Interest

Check back in the coming months for details on programming and registration. In the meantime, mark your calendar and bookmark vba.org/17health! You can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available by clicking the button below.

Express your interest

 

28th Annual Virginia Tax Practitioners' RoundtableOpen in a New Window

What to Expect

The roundtable is one of the best opportunities of the year to discuss state and local taxes in Virginia.

A hallmark of the roundtable is that it is a discussion based and not merely lectures. Please come with any cases you have pending in your own practice, problems, questions, strategies, tactics, etc. We want to focus on making this a learning and sharing experience in this area of law.

Express Your Interest

Bookmark vba.org/17Tax to stay up to date. In the meantime, you can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available.

EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST

 

23rd Annual Administrative Law ConferenceOpen in a New Window

What to Expect

The 23rd Annual Administrative Law Conference is scheduled to be another fully packed day of MCLE programming. Beginning in the morning with pastries and plenty of coffee, the conference will feature a number of panels on relevant administrative law issues and topics. Lunch is provided to all attendees, and scheduled breaks provide opportunities to connect with fellow practitioners. 

Express Your Interest

Registration for this event is not yet open. Bookmark vba.org/17admin, and check back in the coming months for information on registration. In the meantime, you can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available.

Express your interest

Parking Information

Parking will be validated - park in the Troutman Sanders deck. Enter the building through the Parking/Delivery entrance and drive through the parking deck attendant/ticket booth gates. Continue up the parking ramp to levels P3-P6 and park in spaces marked for "Troutman Sanders Client Parking" or in any unreserved parking space. Take the parking elevator down to the Lobby level, then proceed to the office tower elevators up to the 15th floor. 

 

25th Annual Capital Defense WorkshopOpen in a New Window

This program, sponsored by the Criminal Law Section of The Virginia Bar Association, and financially assisted by the Virginia Law Foundation, is designed for criminal defense attorneys willing to accept appointment in capital cases. Part-time and full-time prosecutors may not attend the workshop, even though part of their practice may include court-appointed cases for criminal defendants.

Hotel Information

Conference attendees staying at the Hilton Short Pump can receive a reduced per night group rate of $145 by calling 804-364-3600 by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 26. Be sure to identify yourself as being with The Virginia Bar Association's Capital Defense Workshop.

Express Your Interest

Registration information is not yet available for this Workshop. In the meantime, you can express your interest in receiving email updates as details become available.

Express your interest

Conference Agenda

Over the course of two days, attendees will hear notable speakers discuss pertinent cases and issues in criminal defense law.

The workshop provides the minimum of ten hours of specialized capital defense training, as required by § 19.2-163.8(B) of the Virginia Code. The conference begins Thursday with afternoon CLE programs. The conference continues on Friday for a full day of programming. Refreshments are provided throughout the two days, and attendees will receive a boxed lunch on Friday. Check back in the coming months for more detailed programming information.

 

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