Working as a lawyer is rewarding, but it can be stressful. Managing a busy and often challenging legal career can take its toll. We’re here to look out for you.
Our award-winning LawInform portal hosts one of the largest CPD programs in Australia. You can track your CPD progress and receive up to 30 per cent off selected courses. In addition to our expertly delivered face-to-face seminars and workshops, we offer a large range of online CPD across multiple knowledge and practice areas.
Keep up-to-date with the latest information on how innovation is changing the legal profession through our dedicated Future of Law and Innovation in the Profession (FLIP) initiatives and events held throughout the year.
Looking for your first legal job? Find your big break by connecting to employers for clerkship and graduate positions with Legal Vitae.
Participate in our uniquely targeted mentoring programs for graduates, young lawyers and women, developed to support you at different stages of your career.
Access a diverse community of graduates, young lawyers and early-career practitioners for support (and a whole lot of fun) during the early stages of your career.
We are here to assist you with a range of professional support and business development services to help maximise efficiency and productivity in your practice.
Our solicitor referral service connects your practice to members of the public in need of legal advice.
Utilise our CBD spaces, including a well-equipped training room, multiple function rooms, visiting solicitor rooms, and purpose-designed mediation and arbitration facilities.
Exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities to help attract the brightest young talent from NSW and the ACT to your firm.
Access more than 18,000 law reports, precedents, textbooks, practice books and digital resources. A dedicated team of librarians is on hand to help you find the answers to simple enquiries or relevant materials for a particular matter.
Let your clients, peers and staff know you uphold the principles of professional excellence that the Law Society represents by displaying the Law Society member logo on your website, premises, stationery and marketing materials.
Our Legal Information Officer is here to assist with guidance across a range of areas. We can help you buy or sell a legal practice and our locum service provides quick solutions to immediate resourcing needs.
Access a wide range of precedents and forms developed by leading practitioners.
Limit your occupational liability with exclusive member-only eligibility to participate in the Professional Standards Scheme.
We unite the profession, helping members stay in touch with legal developments and other solicitors through an unrivalled range of resources, publications, events, networking and regional law societies.
Our experienced ethics and costs teams are here to provide free advice to solicitors facing ethical issues or enquiries relating to costs.
Meet your peers and the profession’s leading minds at more than 100 events each year covering everything from inspiring thought leadership forums to gala dinners, expert panels, conferences, fundraisers and more.
A unique log-in providing single sign-on access to our online services, PC and membership renewals.
Enjoy five-star dining without breaking the bank. Open to members and the public Monday to Friday.
Experience LSJ’s award-winning content wherever you are, either online or in print*. In 2020, we will launch the Law Society Journal digital archive, making every issue published since 1963 available to members.
*Associate and Student Associate members receive access to LSJ Online only.
Your regular email updates on legal current affairs, legislative changes, upcoming training and events, and exclusive member services.
Access a range of useful resources at member-discounted prices including legal documents, books, leaflets, handbooks and merchandise.
Our Registry and Licensing teams are available to answer any questions about your entitlement to practise, your practising certificate and its conditions, professional indemnity insurance, contact details of law practices and solicitors, mandatory CPD requirements, certificates of fitness and your statutory obligations.
Giving is what our profession does inherently. Our primary role is to promote and protect the rule of law and provide access to justice for those who need it.
Become an advocate for the profession and make a direct impact on law reform and policy development by serving on one of 18 expert policy and practice committees.
Volunteer your services with the IELA Scheme that refers eligible Indigenous enterprises to solicitors willing to provide free legal advice for non-complex issues.
Our Pro Bono Scheme connects firms willing to provide pro bono assistance to disadvantaged members of the community in need of legal services.