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Membership is open to any individual or any organisation interested in discrimination law who is in general agreement with the Association's aims. In addition to practising solicitors and barristers, we also have individual members who are advice workers, academic lawyers, law students, equalities officers, human resources advisors and trainers. Our associate members include solicitors' firms, barristers' chambers, trade unions, public authorities, equality commissions, law centres, CABx & race equality councils, and voluntary sector organisations/NGOs.

DLA Membership Rates - 1st April 2023 - 31st March 2024

Direct Debit

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Individual membership

Practising barristers and solicitors



Full-time students, unwaged and retired



All other individuals



Associate membership

Small/local voluntary organisations
(including Law Centres & Trade Union branch offices)



National Organisations (including Trade Unions, public bodies & local authorities)



Solicitors’ firms (2 - 5 partners)



Solicitors’ firms (6 - 25 partners)



Solicitors’ firms (26+ partners)



The DLA has been included on the HMRC's list of approved organisations referred to as ‘List 3’ (with effect from 6 April 2022) - this means that individual members who are employed in the field of Discrimination Law will be entitled to claim a deduction from their earnings under s344 ITEPA 2003 - see here for further details

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