Attorney Licensing/MCLE/Professional Responsibility Board/Standing Orders
The Vermont Bar Association is a voluntary professional association for attorneys. While some states have mandatory bars who also handle licensing and discipline, the Vermont Bar Association, as a voluntary organization, does not. We are an approved agency that provides local, quality CLE programming and can track credits for members, but we do not license or discipline attorneys. For questions about licensing, license renewal, attorney discipline and attorneys in good standing, please follow the appropriate links below.
Vermont Title Standards
The first version of Vermont’s Standards of Title was adopted by the Vermont Bar Association Board of Bar Managers on March 18, 1999. The Title Standards Committee is a subcommittee of the VBA’s Real Property committee and meets biannually to update the standards.
No state or community is shielded from disaster, as Vermont learned all too well after Tropical Storm Irene. All lawyers should prepare for disasters, large or small, to protect their practices and serve their clients (and victims) in the aftermath of any disaster. Here are some resources to help you develop your plan.