Early Career and other concessions
The SLS Council have authorised changes to the concessions in subscription fees. For members joining after June 2018, a two-thirds reduction in membership fee applies for the first six years of membership of early-career academics who joined while studying for a doctorate or within the first six years of starting their first academic position, or those who are employed part-time in a teaching post in a qualifying institution.
For existing members who joined before June 2018, the concessions remain as they were at the time of joining: the two-thirds reduction in fee applies for early-career academics while studying for a doctorate or within the first four years of starting their first academic position, or those who are employed part-time in a teaching post in a qualifying institution.
Subscription payments and arrears payments both receive relief from taxation within the United Kingdom.
Council has agreed that in recognition of their contribution to the Society, members who later become convenors will receive a 50% discount in their subscription while acting as convenor or co-convenor. The discount does not apply to deputy convenors
Discount for institutional membership
We would like to draw the attention of Heads of Law Schools and Departments to Council’s decision to grant rebates where departments pay for their staff to be members. The rebates vary depending on how many members are included.
The rebates are:
1+ members = 5% discount
40+ members = 10% discount
80+ members = 15% discount
120+ members = 20% discount
If you would like to pursue this possibility, please contact the Honorary Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org