Joining the Tasmanian Women Lawyers is easy. Complete the form below and proceed to making your payment via Paypal with your credit card (no paypal account required).
The membership fee is an annual charge reviewed each year at our AGM in December. The current 2019 membership fees are as follows:
A woman is eligible to be an ordinary member of the Association if she is –
(a) admitted to practice as a legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of any State or Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia, or in any part of the Commonwealth of Nations; or
(b) is a graduate in Law of any University within the Commonwealth of Australia.
Any person is eligible to be an associate member of the Association if they:
(a) support and uphold the objectives of the Association; and
(b) are admitted to practice as a legal practitioner in any State or Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia; or hold the equivalent status in any other jurisdiction; or
(c) are a graduate in Law of any University within the Commonwealth of Australia.
Associate members are not eligible to vote or to be elected to the Committee.
A woman is eligible to be a student member of the Association if she is studying in the final year of either a degree in Law or in a degree combining Law and another discipline.
Student members are not eligible to vote or to be elected to the Committee.
(Note: If you are a law graduate and currently completing a legal practice course, you may be eligible for ordinary membership at the "student" rate).