Who is NOVABAA?
The Northern Virginia Black Attorneys Association (NOVABAA) serves as a positive voice and professional legal association for a diverse group of attorneys, particularly, African American attorneys, judges, law professors and law students in Northern Virginia. NOVABAA works to promote issues important to the African American legal community and to improve professional opportunities for members and the broader legal community.
NOVABAA strives to be a leader on social, cultural, political and legal issues within the Northern Virginia community. NOVABAA encourages and seeks to have a diverse membership to include attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students of all races who share common interests and goals of strengthening the Northern Virginia legal community.
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NOVABAA in the News
6/7/21 - Congratulations to NOVABAA member Kellie Budd for being selected to Virginia Lawyers Weekly's 2021 Class of Influential Women in the Law
6/2/21 - Congratulations to NOVABAA member Carla Brown for being recognized by Virginia Lawyers Weekly as being a Go To Lawyer in Employment Law
4/30/21 - Congratulations to NOVABAA's own Todd Pilot for being elected to the VSB's Bar Council.
2/23/20 - Congratulations to NOVABAA's own Jane Reynolds on her appointment to the Stafford County General District Court Bench. She becomes the first African American woman appointed to the General District Court in Stafford County.
2/23/20 - Congratulations to NOVABAA's own Che Rogers on his appointment to the Prince William County General District Court Bench.