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Alabama State Bar

Covid-19 Safety Measures

Alaska Bar Association

“The Alaska Bar Association office is temporarily closed and our staff is working remotely. All meetings, including sections and committees, will be held via conference call.  Call-in information will be provided with the individual meeting notices. Spring CLE programs are postponed through May 1. Call 272-7469 to leave a voicemail (checked hourly) or visit our website for a list of staff e-mails”

Colorado Bar Association:

Covid-19 Resources

Connecticut Bar Association

CBA Responds to COVID-19:

Hampden County Bar Association

“During this time of uncertainty, the Hampden County Bar Association is committed to the safety and health of all of our members, educational presenters, staff and the public. The HCBA will work with the Massachusetts Trial Court and other agencies to closely monitor the current public health situation, and to provide the most up to date information to our members. Effective immediately the Roderick L. Ireland Courthouse, Western Division Housing Court & Springfield Juvenile Court will be shutdown until March 31st as a result of employees testing positive for COVID-19”

Idaho State Bar

The Bar’s announcement:

Idaho Supreme Court:

Idaho Supreme Court Amended order

Idaho Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers:

Mental Health Resources for the Legal Profession During COVID-19:

Notice from Idaho Department of Corrections re:  Attorney – Client Visits

Indiana State Bar Association

COVID-19 Resources for the Legal Community:

Kansas Bar Association

KBA COVID-19 Response and Help Center

Kentucky Bar Association

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and out of an abundance of caution, the Kentucky Bar Center is closed.  This is an ongoing situation and KBA Leadership will be assessing the situation daily.  Information on the status of the Bar Center will be available on

Maine State Bar Association

Staff are working remotely and Bar Headquarters is closed until April 8. If you need assistance, please call. Voice messages will be returned.

Meetings at Bar Headquarters have been cancelled through May 1. In person CLE seminars are postponed.  Other options are available here:

Please see the Emergency Orders issued by the Judicial Branch

Maine Bar COVID-19 Response page for information and resources:

State Bar of Michigan

FAQ About COVID-19 from Michigan Lawyers:

Text of Documents on Coronavirus of Importance to the Legal Community at Your Fingertips:

Local Court Guidance:

Resources & Tips for Michigan Lawyers Working Through the COVID-19 Pandemic:

Monroe County Bar Association (NY)

COVID -19 resources:

Bar Association of Erie County (NY)

Updates Related to COVID-19:

Nebraska State Bar Association

Judicial Orders Regarding COVID-19:

New Hampshire Bar Association

Updates to NH Judicial Branch Response to COVID-19:

Messages from the NHBA President:

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advocates Rising to New Challenges:

Working through COVID-19: A Lawyer’s Resource List:

COVID-19 Legal / Regulatory Changes and You:

New York City Bar Association

Updates on the CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19):

State Bar Association of North Dakota

COVID-19 Resources for Lawyers

Ohio State Bar Association

COVID-19 Resource Directory:

Pennsylvania Bar Association

COVID-19 Resources Guide for Lawyers:

Latest COVID-19-related operating information from the Pennsylvania courts:

Rhode Island Bar Association

The Bar headquarters is closed to the public and all in person meetings are canceled until further notice.   CLE seminars are available to members via live webcast only and committee meetings will be held virtually.  Staff will be available by phone and email.
Check our news page for the latest updates:

State Bar of Texas

Cornavirus – Covid-19 Information

Vermont Bar Association

“The VBA office staff will be working remotely during this COVID-19 crisis.  We’ll be answering phone calls and emails, with emails being easier for us.”

Governor Scott’s Stay at Home Order, which at present does not list law firms as essential businesses:

Emergency Remote Notarization Rules Promulgated:

Judiciary Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Important Messages from VBA President Novotny Regarding COVID-19- UPDATED 3/24/20

Wellness Wednesday – Coping with COVID-19:

Washington State Bar Association

Member Support Covid-19

Wyoming State Bar

Wyoming Courts’ Coronavirus Updates:

Wyoming Supreme Court’s Emergency COVID-19 Order FAQs:


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