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COVID-19 Federal Legal Resources

COVID-19 Federal Legal Resources

The Federal Bar Association has compiled resources to help our members stay connected and informed.

News and Events

  • Statement on Equal Justice

    The FBA mourns the loss of George Floyd and countless other victims who have suffered the disparate impact of police brutality, hate crimes, and prejudice.

  • Judiciary Issues Report on Restarting Jury Trials

    A federal judiciary task force report on conducting federal jury trials and convening grand juries during the pandemic is now available.

  • Annual Awards--Apply Now!

    Applications now available for our annual awards honoring individuals, chapters, and sections and divisions. Deadline to submit is June 30.

COVID-19 Resources: Our goal during this time is to be as helpful and informative as possible to our members. We want to connect with you and provide you with resources and support. We have compiled information to help our members stay connected and informed, including federal legal resources and information on navigating CLE during the pandemic. Learn more

Headlines from the FBA

When Will the Federal Courts Reopen?

When Will the Federal Courts Reopen?

Just like the rest of the country, attorneys and judges wonder when the federal courts will reopen and what federal...

The Federal Lawyer

  • March/April 2020

    Current Issue

    As the novel coronavirus has spread, federal judges are seeing motions for release from custody on grounds that jails are…

  • Jan/Feb Issue

    Jan/Feb Issue

    Over the years, the FBA mission has brought together attorneys from all parts of the country, from all walks of life, and from all areas of legal practice, and united them in common service to the legal profession. This month, we celebrate 100 years of service by the FBA.

  • Nov/Dec Issue

    Nov/Dec Issue

    Nadia Murad is a 26-year-old Yazidi woman who was captured by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS). She was a victim of war crimes and has refused to accept the social norm that women should remain silent and ashamed.

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