Become a member

Why join?

Whether you are an aspiring barrister or solicitor, current legal professional or practitioner, our membership can benefit you.

If you are looking to get into the legal profession, we offer a series of development and networking opportunities.

If you are already practicing, we can offer you a platform to pursue your diversity and inclusion aims, along with the opportunity of connecting with established and prominent legal professionals, law societies and bar associations.

You do not have to be neurodivergent to join us.


Membership includes:

There are four categories of members:

University students who are engaged in academic or vocational studies. Please note that student members must register with a valid university email address, but you can change your registered email address later if you wish.

Trainee solicitors, pupil barristers, and others in an equivalent form of ‘on the job’ legal training.

Practitioners, including (but not limited to): solicitors, barristers, legal executives, judges, paralegals, clerks, legal assistants and legal secretaries.

Members of Neurodiversity in Law’s Executive Committee.

Pay it Forward

Members have the option to ‘pay it forward’ by donating the cost of a student membership so that a student member can register for free. If you are a student and would like to take advantage of a ‘paid forward’ membership*, please email your request to 

*Subject to availability.