Topic - Virginia Bar Association

The Virginia Bar Association (VBA) is a voluntary organization of lawyers in Virginia, with offices in Richmond, Virginia. It provides services to its members such as assistance in law office management, promotes or opposes selected state legislation, and publishes the quarterly VBA News Journal. It is to be distinguished from the Virginia State Bar, which is the administrative agency of the Supreme Court of Virginia. - Source: Wikipedia

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