The 80th Annual Meeting of the Old Dominion Bar Association
May 28-31, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency in Fairfax, VA


Due to the uncertainty of Covid-19 and in compliance with Governor Northam’s Executive Order 51, the ODBA Board voted to postpone the 80th Annual Conference to the weekend of October 9, 2020. Please save this date on your calendar. Further details will be forthcoming.

Please take this time to stay healthy and reconnect with family and friends, all while implementing appropriate social distancing. Please remember to wash your hands often, keep your hands away from your face when out in public, quarantine when appropriate, stay home if you feel sick, and seek medical attention should your symptoms worsen. For full information on Covid-19, please visit the CDC website at

We will beat this pandemic, but it will take all of us working together!

About ODBA

Spawned from the need to confront a policy that offended personal and professional dignity, from the need for African-American lawyers to associate for personal and professional growth, and from a need to encourage African-American lawyers to participate in the Virginia State Bar, the ODBA grew into an organization that filled not only those particular needs but one that also has provided continuity of leadership and support with respect to the various concerns of particular interest to African Americans and other people of color.

For example, over the past thirty years, ODBA members diligently, and successfully, worked to ensure the appointment of African-American lawyers to judgeships around the state.

Stacy E. Lee
President, Old Dominion Bar Association

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