COVID-19 Updates


The Dauphin County Bar Association requires adherence to CDC and Pennsylvania COVID Guidelines for anyone participating in an event sponsored or hosted by DCBA. Because COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is spread mainly from person-to-person contact, DCBA cannot guarantee that its members, staff, or anyone in attendance will not become infected with COVID-19. Participation includes possible exposure to and illness from infectious diseases including but not limited to COVID-19 and, while discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious illness and death exists. Masking and social distancing are required at both indoor and outdoor events for anyone who is not fully vaccinated; they are encouraged for everyone.


COVID-19 Updates

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Below is a list of COVID-19 Court Orders and Resources.  If you have something you would like added, please email and I will get it added as soon as possible.



Dauphin County Bar Association Town Hall Summaries/Videos:

Dauphin County Information:

Judicial Emergency Court Orders/Other:


Register of Wills & Clerk of Orphan’s Court Press Releases:

Cumberland County Information:

Judicial Emergency Court Orders:


Recorder of Deeds Press Releases:

Register of Wills Press Releases:

Adams County Court Information:

Lancaster County Court Information:

York County Court Information:

Superior Court Orders:

US Middle District Court

AOPC Press Releases

Judicial Emergency:



Supreme Court Information:

Judicial Emergency:

Civil Rights:

Family Matters:

Legal Education:

Bar Admissions:

PA CLE Information

COVID & Insurance Issues

PA Department of Health Information


Dauphin County Economic & Small Business Resources

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers Resources:


Employee/Employer/Getting back to Work:

Estate Planning:

Family Law Matters:

Insurance Matters:


Notary Matters:

Paycheck Protection/Payroll:

Unemployment Compensation:

Other COVID Resource Pages/Information:


HOW YOU CAN HELP?: The Director of Downtown Daily Bread describes the dire situation that homeless and hungry people and the ministries that serve them are facing.  You and other individuals/families can help by placing food and/or bottled water or boxed drinks in the Community Pantry Cupboard along Cranberry Street beside St. Stephen's Cathedral School. The wooden cupboard has a latched door and steel mail boxes are mounted on each side of the cupboard.  Items may be put into any one of the containers.   People can drive to St. Stephen's in a car, stop at the box, place items in it, and drive away, thereby not making contact with anyone.  Always use Purell afterwards. Food could be P&J or cheese sandwiches (plastic wrapped or bagged), hard boiled eggs, and self-opening food containers.  It's rewarding way to serve the needy and get out of the house for a brief trip.

Here is some information you may want to pass along to your clients:
Because of COVID-19/coronavirus and the rapidly changing nature of the situation, CONTACT Helpline/ PA 2-1-1 is committed to providing the most accurate information to our community.

Note: We will maintain our regular 24-hour service during the COVID-19 situation.

Dial 2-1-1 for info and referral
800-932-4616 for emotional listening
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