Advertising with the SLS
Advertising on this site and in our emails
The SLS website has proved to be an excellent platform for advertising both events and job vacancies. In addition to the website, the Honorary Secretary periodically emails the SLS rep at all law schools, being the Council member in many instances, with news which may be of interest to members. The reps will forward these emails on to members within their law schools.
Please note this service is primarily meant for the dissemination of information relating to academic conferences, jobs, seminars etc. Please contact Sally Thomson firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
Events, Jobs and Calls for papers
Should you wish to advertise your legal event, call for papers or job via our membership please contact Sally Thomson email@example.com.
All information circulated via email will be forwarded to the web administrator for publication on this website as a matter of course.
Please do not send enormous files i.e. greater than 1mb. While we are happy to send small attachments on your behalf, large ones can place an unacceptable strain on the inboxes of our 3000 members. Where you have a large file would you please upload to the web and send us a link. We will be delighted to send this on your behalf. Should you need any guidance on this please do not hestitate to get in touch.
The Reporter journal will be pleased to consider the possible publication of commercial advertisements and the insertion of advertising flyers. The Reporter is published twice a year and has a circulation of approximately 3000. The Reporter is received by all members of the Society. For further details or a rate card please contact the Administrative Secretary Sally Thomson on 023 8059 4039 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Society reserves the right to decline to advertise any event etc. it thinks fit.
While the Society is happy to place details of events, jobs and calls etc. which may be of interest to its members on these pages, these events are not administered by the Society and we are in no way responsible for them unless the contrary is indicated.