Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Virginia CLE, like all of you, is closely monitoring the news concerning coronavirus (COVID-19). The health of our customers, faculty, and staff is of the utmost importance to us. We are following guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and we are evaluating our programs and policies accordingly. As the situation develops, we will make further determinations and we will actively update our website with any changes or cancellations.

Throughout this period and always, we remain continuously committed to providing continuing legal education of the highest quality. Accordingly, in addition to our renowned live programming Virginia CLE has a variety of flexible formats available for those preferring a distance education option, including Virginia live-interactive webcast and telephone programs, on-demand online seminars, and USB flash drive video seminars. All Virginia CLE® webcasts contain live Q&A and carry live-interactive MCLE credit toward the Bar's 4-hour requirement. Over 100 online seminars and at least 25% of all webcasts include Ethics credit. Interested in saving up to 60% and fulfilling ALL your Virginia MCLE requirements? Learn more about our 12-, 8-, or 4-Credit Online Bundle.

Please refer to our website regularly for the most up-to-date information on Virginia CLE operations, and know that we sincerely thank you for your patience and patronage during this time.

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Updates on Virginia CLE Seminars

Changes to Seminar Locations, Dates, and Formats:

APRIL

April 14

  • Current Issues in Education Law: The webcast and telephone formats for this seminar WILL BE PRESENTED AS PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED. In-person attendance in Charlottesville, however, is no longer available.

April 16

  • 36th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar 2020: This seminar, originally scheduled as Live on Site in Richmond, will now be presented instead as a live-interactive webcast and telephone program.

April 21

  • 50th Annual Criminal Law, CANCELLED Video on Site in Richmond (Virginia Bar Association).

  • FDA and Vaping: The FDA's Enforcement Powers and Its Effect on Private Litigation: The Live on Site in Charlottesville program has been cancelled but the webcast and telephone formats for this seminar are in the process of being rescheduled.

April 22

  • Elder Law Basics, CANCELLED Video on Site in Charlottesville, Norfolk, Richmond.

  • Essentials of Contract Drafting, with Lenné Espenschied, POSTPONED Live on Site in Fairfax. This program will likely be rescheduled to later in 2020.

April 23

  • Elder Law Basics, CANCELLED Video on Site in Abingdon, Alexandria, Roanoke, Warrenton.

  • Essentials of Contract Drafting, with Lenné Espenschied, POSTPONED Live on Site in Richmond (Glen Allen). This program will likely be rescheduled to later in 2020.

April 24

  • 5th Annual Legal Writing Workshop, CANCELLED Live on Site in Washington, DC. This program has been cancelled this year, but we intend to offer this program again in 2021.

April 28

  • 50th Annual Criminal Law, CANCELLED Video on Site in Abingdon, Norfolk, Richmond (VT Richmond Center), Roanoke, Tysons.

April 29

  • 50th Annual Criminal Law, CANCELLED Video on Site in Fredericksburg.

  • Ethics Update for Virginia Lawyers 2020: The webcast and telephone formats for this seminar WILL BE PRESENTED AS PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED. In-person attendance in Charlottesville, however, is no longer available.

April 30

  • Common Law Business Torts in Virginia: The webcast and telephone formats for this seminar WILL BE PRESENTED AS PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED. In-person attendance in Charlottesville, however, is no longer available.

  • Elder Law Basics, CANCELLED Video on Site in Richmond (Virginia Bar Association).

MAY

May 1

  • The Conner-Zaritsky 41st Annual Advanced Estate Planning and Administration Seminar, POSTPONED: Live on Site at The Omni Homestead in Hot Springs. This program been rescheduled for October 2-4.

  • Effective Use of Interrogatories, Document Requests, and Requests for Admission: The webcast and telephone formats for this seminar WILL BE PRESENTED AS PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED. In-person attendance in Charlottesville, however, is no longer available.

May 5

  • 29th Annual Employment Law Update Seminar 2020: This seminar, originally scheduled as Live on Site in Fairfax, will now be presented instead as a live-interactive webcast and telephone program on Tuesday, May 5.

  • Current Issues in Education Law, POSTPONED: Webcast and Telephone with Live Q&A. This Webcast and Telephone program has been rescheduled for June 16, from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

May 6

  • 38th Annual Real Estate Practice Seminar 2020: This seminar, originally scheduled as Live on Site in Roanoke, will now be presented instead as a live-interactive webcast and telephone program.

May 7

  • 29th Annual Employment Law Update Seminar 2020: This seminar, originally scheduled as Live on Site in Richmond, will now be presented instead as a live-interactive webcast and telephone program on Tuesday, May 5.

May 12

  • FDA and Vaping: The FDA's Enforcement Powers and Its Effect on Private Litigation: The webcast and telephone formats for this seminar are in the process of being rescheduled.

May 15

  • Annual Military Law Symposium 2020, CANCELLED Live on Site in Quantico.

May 18

  • 36th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar 2020, CANCELLED Video on Site in Warrenton.

May 19

  • 36th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar 2020, CANCELLED Video on Site in Alexandria, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke.

  • 38th Annual Real Estate Practice Seminar 2020: This seminar, originally scheduled as Live on Site in Fairfax, will now be presented instead as a live-interactive webcast and telephone program on Wednesday, May 6.

May 20

  • 36th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar 2020, CANCELLED Video on Site in Charlottesville, Dulles, Harrisonburg.

May 21

  • 36th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar 2020, CANCELLED Video on Site in Fredericksburg, Tysons.

  • 38th Annual Real Estate Practice Seminar 2020: This seminar, originally scheduled as Live on Site in Williamsburg, will now be presented instead as a live-interactive webcast and telephone program on Wednesday, May 6.

May 27

  • 36th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar 2020, CANCELLED Video on Site in Richmond.