When joining the Australian Lawyers Alliance for the first time, membership fees are calculated on a pro-rata basis. See full terms and conditions here.
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A solicitor or barrister admitted, or entitled to be admitted, to practise in Australia.Read More
Associated professional, academics, law clerk, paralegal, trainee lawyer, international member.Read More
A full time student - annual enrolment details to be supplied.Read More
A solicitor or barrister admitted or entitled to be admitted to practice law in an Australian jurisdiction, working in an area of law that the ALA considers to be an area for special consideration.
This currently includes legal professionals, where the majority of their work, or full-time role is in:
- Criminal Law,
- Other areas at the discretion of the ALA National Council.
A non-admitted professional, including, but not limited to, legal professional service providers.Read More
A solicitor or barrister admitted, or entitled to be admitted, to practise in Australia, and working in a Community Legal Centre, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Legal Service or Registered Charity.Read More
A solicitor or barrister admitted, or entitled to be admitted, to practise in Australia, who Identifies as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or is a legal practitioner where the majority of their work is in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice.Read More