Important Update: The National Trial Advocacy College 2022 has been rescheduled for July 23-28, 2022, and will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel Charlottesville instead of the University of Virginia School of Law. Registration is now open.

The registration fee is $3,275.

Registration includes the program and materials, lunch, beverage, and snack service daily, plus two cocktail parties with the faculty.

We have secured a room block at the DoubleTree that is subject to availability. Instructions for booking will be provided upon registration. Included in your registration is a substantial continental breakfast and lunch each day, but dinners are on your own. We will supply you with a list of local dining options.

Need Payment Terms?  Call 1-800-979-8253, ext. 103 to discuss some options.

CLE Credit:
This course is approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 34.5 hours of credit. You will also receive free, on-demand access to 2.0 hours of Ethics which you can complete at your convenience. The staff will assist registrants in obtaining mandatory continuing legal education credit in other states. Administrative arrangements for the College are handled by Virginia CLE, with over 50 years experience in continuing legal education.

To register online, click here: Online Registration.

To register through the mail, click here for a printable seminar registration form that you can fill out and mail with payment (check or credit card) to CLE Registrations, 105 Whitewood Road, Charlottesville, VA 22901, or fax to 434-979-3147 (credit card payment only).

Cancellation Policy:
All cancellation requests received by 4:00 p.m. Friday, June 17, 2022, will be honored for a full refund. A $500 administrative fee will be assessed for all requests made after this date.

COVID-19 POLICY (As of March 2, 2022)

Masking - Masking is required for those who are unvaccinated. It is still strongly recommended for vaccinated individuals though not required. Unvaccinated attendees, faculty, and staff shall always wear properly fitting masks, covering the mouth and nose, while indoors except while in the actual act of eating and drinking. Virginia Law Foundation will consider requests for accommodation to the masking requirements due to an applicant's disability. If you would like to request an accommodation to these requirements due to a disability, please send an e-mail to setting forth your request.

Illness - Any attendee, faculty, or staff member exhibiting symptoms including but not limited to apparent cold of flu-like symptoms, feverish, digestive discomfort, or any other symptom that might be linked to typical COVID-19 symptoms within 24 hours of the seminar shall not attend any portion of any Virginia CLE® program.

By attending a live-on-site Virginia CLE® seminar, you acknowledge the health risks associated with COVID-19 and that you MUST follow all Virginia CLE® COVID-19 policies. You may NOT attend a live-on-site program if you have tested positive for COVID-19, if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or if you are under any self-quarantine orders per CDC guidelines.

Please revisit this page routinely for updates, as we are monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation. THIS GUIDANCE MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME AND BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY. All updates to this policy will be emailed to registrants in a timely manner.

Questions or concerns regarding Virginia CLE's COVID-19 policy for this event may be directed to

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