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City Bar Member Exclusive
Virtual Law Firm Program

Are you a solo practitioner who needs a virtual law office? Do you already pay for a virtual office but attend City Bar networking events, use the City Bar library for research and meet clients in the Small Law Firm Center Conference Rooms in our prestigious landmark building? Are you a law firm that would like a Midtown Manhattan Office presence?

As a member, you may already participate in our committees, attend our luncheons, CLEs and networking events, and take part in our Legal Referral Service and Mentorship programs.

Now you can complete the picture by having a virtual office at your New York City Bar home as well. The City Bar is uniquely positioned to offer its members so much more than just a “mail drop” or a street address.


For a $75 per month add-on to your dues, you can (A ONE Year Commitment is required for joining the Virtual Law Firm Program):

  • Provide your clients with your personal Manhattan Address:
    “The Law Firm of John Smith, 43 West 43rd Street, NY NY .”
  • Your mail and deliveries will be collected and retained for your pickup in a secure location and can be retrieved by you Monday-Friday during the Library’s open hours (Mon-Thur 9 am – 9 pm; Fri – 9 am – 7 pm)(up to 250 pieces of mail per month included. $0.10 cents for each additional piece.)
  • Mail detail (daily description of mail origin) - $15 per month additional
  • Mail can be forwarded to an address of your choice (shipping charges apply – postage marked up 30%)
  • You can network with other virtual law firm members of the NYC Bar through an exclusive VLF Linked In group.
  • If you sign up and prepay for 1 year in advance, you will receive a $75 discount ($825 instead of $900) and one pass to the Small Law Firm Law Practice Management Symposium or one Networking Luncheon of your choice. If you pay monthly, payments must made by Visa, Mastercard or American Express.

By offering the Virtual Law Firm Program the New York City Bar provides no guarantee that the use of a Virtual Law Office address as advertising by a lawyer would not be construed as misleading. Please make sure to independently consult relevant case law and ethics opinions on this subject.