The Alexandria Bar Association has been serving the community for over 75 years, established in 1928. Several members of the law community of Alexandria realized there was a need for more involvement in this community. They also understood they need to unite the law community in order to accomplish this, hence, The Alexandria Bar Association was created.
The membership of the Bar is comprised mainly of small firms and solo practitioners. Although the majority of the members are located in Alexandria, we do have members through-out the greater Washington, DC Metropolitan area. To learn more about our membership and benefits offered to Alexandria Bar members, click here, Membership and Benefits Information.
We have seventeen active committees within the Bar. Many of the committees are community oriented and some are socially oriented. Each committee has a chair, a co-chair with 10 to 45 members. They meet at various times, some weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, bi-annually and annually. It is not mandatory that members join a committee.
The Foundation of the Alexandria Bar Association is an intricate part of the Bars structure. The foundation works with local organizations to provide scholarships to high school seniors and provides grants to local organizations to help them serve the community more effectively.
We have a wide variety of Continuing Legal Educationclasses. Our CLEs run September through July. As a member of this Bar you may attend the CLEs at a discounted rate, non-members pay full rates. For information about our CLEs being offered, location and times, please click here, CLEs.
The Alexandria Lawyer Referral Serviceprovides referrals for clients who want and need to schedule a consultation with an attorney at a discounted rate. For information about the Alexandria Lawyer Referral Service, click here, Lawyer Referral Service.
The Bar has monthly meetings and events, for information on about the events, times and locations, click here, Events and Meetings
The Alexandria Law Library is located at 520 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia in the basement level of the courthouse. The library is open to the public as well as the law community. For more information about the library, please click here, Law Library.
To visit the Virginia State Bar website click here www.vsb.org
To visit the American Bar Association website click here www.abanet.org
To do research click here www.Findlaw.com or www.Lawcrawler.com