Welcome D.C. Bar!

Friday February 9, 2018

Evidence of MVT CID’s appeal for new office headquarters will be on display when D.C. Bar commences occupancy in its newly constructed home at 901 4th Street NW starting Monday, February 12. The addition of D.C. Bar represents the latest major legal, association or corporate organization that has relocated to the Mount Vernon Triangle area since 2007, and adds to our sidewalks an additional 130 employees plus thousands of members, professionals seeking continuing legal education, meeting attendees, and other visitors.

“The D.C. Bar is thrilled to be joining the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood with its convenient location to Judiciary Square, unparalleled accessibility, and thriving community,” said D.C. Bar CEO Robert J. Spagnoletti. “Our new headquarters will be the go-to destination for all D.C. Bar members here and those visiting from around the world, featuring a state-of-the-art in-house broadcast production studio and expanded meeting and event spaces to accommodate educational programming and enhance work and networking opportunities.”

We invite you to view a time-lapse video of the construction project and to take a virtual tour of the new interior space to share in this significant accomplishment since the project broke ground in June 2016. And please join us in welcoming D.C. Bar to its new home in Mount Vernon Triangle!

About D.C. Bar

Established in 1972, the D.C. Bar is the second-largest unified bar in the United States built on the foundation of enhancing access to justice, improving the legal system, and empowering lawyers to achieve. As a leader in the legal profession, the Bar empowers its diverse 104,000-plus members from all 50 states and 83 countries with trending legal content, professional services, award-winning continuing legal education, and practice management programs. The Bar has a longstanding partnership with the D.C. Courts, as well as with numerous community organizations such as local legal services providers, voluntary bars, and law schools, guided by the strategic focus on serving the public, supporting the judiciary, and enhancing the profession.