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  • Agricultural Law Association
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The Agricultural Law Association is now the UK's premier independent cross-disciplinary organisation dealing on an agenda-free, non-partisan, non-political basis with all matters arising in connection with rural business. The membership of over 1,000 includes some of the leading practitioners in rural affairs in the UK and Europe today.
  • Association of Child Abuse Lawyers
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The Association of Child Abuse Lawyers is a company limited by guarantee set up for the benefit of lawyers, experts and other professionals involved in the field of obtaining compensation for the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and adults abused in childhood, as well as the mentally handicapped and others directly or indirectly affected by that abuse. The Association began in late 1997 as a result of concerns within the legal profession that people who have been abused were either unable to find lawyers to take on their cases or were experiencing poor standards of advice and assistance from those lawyers whom they had instructed. There are also concerns about the ability of lawyers and other experts to deal effectively with these traumatic cases.
  • Association of Lawyers for Children
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The ALC developed from an idea put forward at the first annual conference organised by child care solicitors and was inaugurated at the third National Conference in Manchester in 1992 The ALC works in England and Wales, and welcomes all applications for membership from individuals in relevant work with or for children. In addition, applications from officers of appropriate organisations will be considered
  • Association of Muslim Lawyers
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The main aim of AML is to provide a platform where such issues can be introduced, debated and procedures set in place to bring about desired results. This aim has been implemented by means of seminars and conferences, as well as through the AML magazine The Muslim Lawyer. The membership of AML comprises of lawyers and non-lawyers, practitioners and students, as well as Muslims and non-Muslims. The AML welcomes the contribution of those who believe in the Objectives that the AML has set itself.
  • Association of Pension Lawyers
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The APL is an association established and run by lawyers specialising in pensions in the UK. It is non-profit making. Its main aims are to promote awareness of the importance of the role of law in the provision of pensions and to operate as a forum for discussion and education amongst pension lawyers.
  • British & German Jurists Association
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The BGJA is a group of several hundred lawyers and other professionals interested in British-German legal practice. Our membership includes solicitors, barristers, judges, lecturers, notaries, diplomats, members of chambers of commerce and bankers.
  • Employment Lawyers Association
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The Employment Lawyers Association has become the voice of authority on employment law. ELA's members are qualified lawyers, both barristers and solicitors, practising in employment law in the UK and organisations engaged in the practice of employment law.
  • Environmental Law Association
    Region: United Kingdom   
    UKELA is the UK's foremost membership organisation working to improve understanding and awareness of environmental law, and to make the law work for a better environment. Its members - including lawyers and non-lawyers from across the private, public and voluntary sectors - are involved in the practice, study and formulation of environmental law across the UK and EU. You are warmly encouraged to join us, and to participate in our activities.
  • Faculty of Advocates
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The Faculty of Advocates is a body of independent lawyers who have been admitted to practise as Advocates before the Courts of Scotland. Faculty records date as far back as 1532 when the College of Justice was established by an Act of the Scottish Parliament, though its origins are believed to predate that event.
  • Human Rights Lawyers Association (HRLA)
    Region: United Kingdom   
    Membership of the Human Rights Lawyers' Association (HRLA) is open to all connected with the law and the legal professions who have an interest in human rights law in the United Kingdom. HRLA members include solicitors, barristers, advocates, judges, government lawyers, legal academics, legal executives, in-house lawyers, pupils, trainees and law students. The Association currently has over 1200 members.
  • Human Rights Lawyers Association (HRLA)
    Region: United Kingdom   
    Membership of the Human Rights Lawyers' Association (HRLA) is open to all connected with the law and the legal professions who have an interest in human rights law in the United Kingdom. HRLA members include solicitors, barristers, advocates, judges, government lawyers, legal academics, legal executives, in-house lawyers, pupils, trainees and law students. The Association currently has over 1200 members.
  • London Criminal Courts Solicitors' Association
    Region: London   
    The objects of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors' Association are to: - Encourage and maintain the highest standards of advocacy and practice in the Criminal Courts in and around London; To participate in discussions on developments in the criminal process; To represent and further the interests of the Members on any matters which may affect Solicitors who practise in the Criminal Courts; and To improve, develop and maintain the education and knowledge of those actively concerned with the Criminal Courts, including those who are in the course of their training.
  • Resolution Family Law Association
    Region: United Kingdom   
    Now known as Resolution, is an association of over 5,000 solicitors who agree to follow a Law Society recommended Code of Practice which essentially aims to deal with matters in a way designed to preserve peoples dignity and encourage them to reach agreement. Partly designed for members of the public, the site provides a searchable directory of members and also a set of fact sheets.
  • Scotland Family Law Association
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The Family Law Association has been in existence since 1989. Membership of the Association consists of members of the legal profession in Scotland with extensive experience, specialisation or interest in Family Law.
  • Social Housing Law Association (SHLA)
    Region: United Kingdom   
    The Social Housing Law Association ('SHLA') is an organisation of social housing professionals and their lawyers. Its members work or regularly act for social landlords (local authorities and registered social landlords etc.).

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