Become a Member

Being a member of Plymouth Law Society has a variety of benefits.

Low cost CPD points
We offer low cost, high quality, topical, CPD accredited courses in a wide variety of legal topics. All venues are local, cutting travel costs, and are timed to minimise the impact on a solicitor’s fee earning day. All members get great reductions on the society’s already low prices.

Online solicitor search
Many of our online users are searching for solicitors in the Plymouth area. Our find a solicitor search facility lists contact details of all member firms, including web links. Non-member firms in Plymouth and the surrounding areas are not included in the search results.

If you are already a member and want to be included in the online search, please contact Katy McKenna with the relevant service areas.

Social and networking events
Whether you are looking to share best practice, discover new career opportunities or simply engage with like-minded individuals that face the same challenges, Plymouth Law Society’s range of events meet all the criteria. Details of events will be posted on the events page as they become available.

Stronger voice
We are building relations with other organisations to create a stronger community voice to raise local views and opinions at regional and national level. Be involved and have an impact.

Membership is very cost-effective and is based upon the number of partners within each firm:

No of partners   Fee
1 £50
2 - 5 £125
6 - 19 £300
20+ £600

To become a member please contact the Treasurer, James Walsh, via the below contact details:

The Treasurer
Plymouth Law Society
GA Solicitors
25 Lockyer Street



25th September 2018

POSTPONED - DATE TBC -Family Law Update

 Date: Tuesday 25th September 18:00  

Venue: Babbage Building, University of Plymouth

Speaker: HHJ Miranda Robertshaw 

5th October 2018

Annual Dinner 2018

 Our Plymouth Law Society Annual Dinner is taking place on Friday 5th October 2018 at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel.

1st November 2018

Pilgrim Fathers Lecture 2018

Sir Terence Etherton, Master of the Rolls, is the latest in a long list of distinguished members of the legal profession to present the lecture