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Virginia CLE® has a singular mission: to serve the continuing education
needs of Virginia attorneys. For new Virginia lawyers, this means providing easy,
affordable access to the wisdom and experience of the hundreds of Virginia legal
experts who share their expertise through our seminars and publications.
Active Virginia Bar member receive 25% off seminars
and 25% off publications during their first three years of Virginia practice.
This includes those barred in other states who now hold a Virginia bar number. It
does not include those returning to the active Virginia Bar after an absence.
While the discount is available on the vast majority of seminars,
some are not discountable. Discounts cannot be combined or applied retroactively.
Advance registration is required; the discount is not available on walk-in registrations.
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- Consider an 8- or 12-credit Online Bundle when purchasing webcasts or online seminars and save up to 40%. You can split the
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New Lawyer FAQs
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attorneys in Virginia?
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New Lawyer Resources
Hanging a Shingle: How to Start
a Successful Law Practice 2015: Are you thinking of starting your
own law practice? Have you recently opened your own office and would appreciate
some tips to point you in the right direction? Virginia CLE® has
worked closely with solo and small firm practitioners to develop topics that are
imperative to the success of your business.
Individual sessions are now available.
View a listing of
upcoming seminars that may be of particular interest to new lawyers.
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Links to primary sources, Virginia courts, and other important legal information
Legal Ethics Opinions:
Virginia CLE® maintains a collection of recent Virginia legal ethics
opinions that may be searched by key words or LEO number.
Fastcase: A web-based collection
of state and federal cases, statutes, regulations, court rules, and more. The Virginia
State Bar has made Fastcase available at no cost to all licensed Virginia attorneys.
Log in to the VSB Members
Area to access this powerful online resource.
New Lawyer Community
Conference: All active and associate Virginia State Bar members
in good standing, age 36 and under, as well as those members admitted to the Virginia
State Bar as their initial bar for less than three years, are automatically members.
The Young Lawyers Division of the
Virginia Bar Association: YLD is a separate entity of the VBA organized
to promote the interests of, to encourage public service by, and to encourage and
promote fellowship among young lawyers.
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Student Loans and Personal Financial Planning
View a short video on managing student loans and personal financial planning—advice
from University of Virginia Professor and financial expert, Richard F. DeMong.
This is the Time Management session from the November 2012 live seminar, Backpack
to Briefcase: The New Virginia Lawyer.
Resources for Virginia Lawyers
This is the Resources for Virginia Lawyers session from the November 2012 live seminar,
Backpack to Briefcase: The New Virginia Lawyer.
Networking and Client Development
This is the Networking and Client Development session from the November 2012 live
seminar, Backpack to Briefcase: The New Virginia Lawyer.
Principles of Ethics and Professionalism for Virginia Lawyers
Tom Spahn of McGuireWoods LLP and Justice Donald Lemons discuss the ethics and professionalism
principles for Virginia lawyers endorsed by the Virginia Supreme Court.