Become a Member
Devon & Somerset Law Society is a not for profit organisation whose sole purpose is to support the legal profession. It has experienced and able staff who can assist with most enquiries and have a significant network of resources at their disposal.
Is available to all Solicitors - click the link below for details and applicationApply for Full Membership
Are Trainee Solicitors - click the link below for details and applicationApply for Associate Membership
Practising barristers, senior academics [those with both a first and second degree] and those who become partners in or are employed at a senior level by firms of solicitors whose (other) solicitor partner(s) are members of DASLS may apply for Affiliate membership of DASLS - click the link below for details and applicationApply for Affiliate Membership
Open to those UK, EU and International students who have successfully enrolled on any LLB programme that includes law at the universities of Exeter, Plymouth and the West of England - click the link below for details and applicationApply for Student Membership
We have introduced a corporate subscription rate for those organisations with 20 or more solicitors. - click the link below for details about corporate subscriptionMore about Corporate Subscription
Benefits for Members
Discounted rates for seminars with extra discounts for multiple delegates
Meeting other members and professionals
Special Interest Sub-Committees Social functions and the Challenge Cup Inter-firm Challenge events Inter professions networking
Keeping in touch
Free bi-monthly Newsletter relevant to legal practice in the region
Buzz, our fortnightly electronic bulletin with news and details of events
International referral network
Help for legal professionals
Fora for debate and exchange of non-competitive information
Counsel's Fixed Fee Scheme
Civil / Commercial Mediation Panel
Access to local and national networks
Your voice at Chancery Lane and beyond
firms and legal departments with 20 or more solicitors..
Membership will continue to rest with each individual solicitor as per DASLS Constitution.