New Virginia Lawyers

Virginia CLE® invests in new Virginia lawyers, including those barred in other states. In order to provide easy, affordable access to the hundreds of Virginia legal experts who share their wisdom and experience through our seminars and publications, we offer lawyers significant discounts to lawyers in their first three years of Virginia practice:

  1. Qualify. You must be a first-time, active Virginia Bar member practicing for less than three years (by license date).
  2. Choose from our large selection of seminars, publications, or learn about the Online+ Bundle.
  3. Enter coupon code NEWLAWYER at checkout
  4. Save 15%

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. Bundle discount cannot be combined with alternative payment plan options.

Review upcoming seminars recommended for New Lawyers. We also offer hundreds of courses on demand on topics relevant to those new to practice or practice in Virginia.

Virginia Law Students: Seminars: FREE. Publications: 50% Off. As easy as 1,2,3.
Virginia CLE® Essentials: Designed to get straight to the heart of what you need to know to succeed. View available Essentials seminars.

Build Your Library! Buy 3 books and save 30%, buy 4 or more and save 40%. Coupon code BUYMORE.

Hanging a Shingle: Starting and Perfecting a Successful Law Practice.Whether you are thinking of starting your own law practice or if your shingle has been hanging for a while, you will want to view this on demand seminar.

** Rule 1A:1 Reciprocity Course**
Seeking to apply for admission to the Virginia Bar via reciprocity?

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Recent Community Connection Videos: Advice for New Lawyers

Episode 6: What do law firms look for during job interviews with potential new lawyers?

Episode 5: What is the most important lesson you've learned from advice given to you earlier in your career?

Episode 4: What would you tell a young lawyer looking for pro bono work, but is worried about their lack of experience?

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