ACBA COVID Policy

Allegheny County Bar Association Vaccination Policy

Per the ACBA Board of Governors, as of Wednesday, Dec. 1, all attendees and presenters at all in-person CLEs and events must provide proof of vaccination or show evidence of a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event they are attending. This policy shall remain in place until June 30, 2022.

The ACBA is using VaccineCheck to verify vaccination status. Simply use this link to enter your vaccination information at least 10 days prior to the event. Once your vaccination information is verified, you won’t have to enter it again to register for future events.  Alternatively, you can bring your vaccination card (or a photo/copy of it) – or a negative test result – and present it at registration. Note that, unless you have received an email or text verification from VaccineCheck, the ACBA has not yet received your vaccination record.

Note that the policy also applies to regular in-person committee, division and section meetings. For these meetings, all attendees must present their vaccination card at the door. There is no VaccineCheck or negative COVID test option for these meetings.

All attendees will be required to sign a contact tracing form. Additionally, all members must wear masks when not eating or drinking at any ACBA CLE, meeting or other event.