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Agricultural Law Association (ALA)  

Provides a forum for professionals serving agriculture – lawyers, surveyors, accountants, bankers, farm business consultants and others – to support each other in their specialisms.

Association for Legal and Social Philosophy  

Concerned to bring together people from different academic disciplines around common moral, political and social and related legal issues in an accessible and public arena.

British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL)  

The Institute promotes the international rule of law and human rights by its activities in the fields of comparative law, international law and the conflict of laws, and in the fields of European law and Commonwealth law.

British Insurance Law Association (BILA)  

Membership drawn from Insurers, Insurance Brokers and other intermediaries, Academic Lawyers, Solicitors and Barristers; also the British Chapter of the Association International de Driot des Assurances (AIDA).

British Maritime Law Association  

Promotes the study and the advancement of British maritime and mercantile law and considers proposals for the unification of maritime and mercantile law in the practice of different nations.

British-Italian Law Association  

Not for profit association with a wide membership in the UK and in Italy. Members are mainly, but by no means exclusively, lawyers with an interest in Italy, its institutions and law, its culture and its people.

Charity Law Association  

Aims to enable those who advise on or use charity law to meet together, to exchange ideas and intelligence and to use their experience and expertise for the benefit of the charity sector.

Family Law Association (Scotland)  

Promotes family law as a branch of law in its own right, avoiding confrontation where possible, and challenging unacceptable behaviours where necessary. Provides a point of reference for the public and for other organisations on family law issues. Monitors and promotes the reform of Family Law which serves the needs and concerns of families. Provides education and training in family law and in skills necessary for good practice.

Industrial Law Society  

The Industrial Law Society was founded in 1964 as an organisation where both sides of industry and all those involved in employment law can meet regularly and informally to exchange views. The Society is a registered charity. It aims to promote the understanding of labour law and industrial relations and to stimulate debate in these fields. Our members are lawyers, academics, HR and personnel practitioners, trade union officials and members, judges, journalists and civil servants. Companies, trade unions and educational establishments are corporate members.

Institute of Maritime Law  

The leading UK centre for teaching, research and consultancy in maritime law disciplines.

Medico-Legal Society  

Promoting all aspects of Medico-Legal knowledge.

Richard Grand Society  

Forum of pre-eminent personal injury and Medical Negligence Solicitors entitled to Practice in the UK.

Scottish Human Rights Law Group  

Non-affiliated, independent, professional network for those engaged in legal practice and study, in academia and politics, in campaigning and in the provision of advice. It exists to raise awareness and knowledge of human rights law in Scotland, and to provide a forum for discussion of matters of interest across the field. The group organises seminars and roundtable discussions on human rights and is accredited for the purposes of CPD.

Social Housing Law Association  

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).

Society for Computers and Law  

Leading UK organisation for legal professionals advising and practising within the IT sector.

Society of Construction Law  

Promoting all aspects of Construction Law.

Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA)  

Dedicated to improving the quality of, and facilities for, socio-legal research; members are mainly researchers, teachers, practitioners and students; aims to advance education and research, and the dissemination of knowledge, in the field of socio-legal studies.

UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA)  

Aims to make the law work for a better environment and to improve understanding and awareness of environmental law. Its members are involved in the practice, study or formulation of Environmental Law in the UK and the European Union. It attracts both lawyers and non lawyers and has a broad membership. It is well respected as a source of comment by Government (Westminster, the Scottish Parliament and the National Assembly for Wales). It has given advice on many occasions regarding the development of Environmental Law on issues including water quality, biodiversity, contaminated land, waste management and emissions trading. It also provides a network for those interested in environmental law to enable them to develop their professional skills and standing and organises some major events to stimulate debate and provide a focus on topical issues.