Become a student associate

Exciting news! We have launched a new opportunity for students to become student associates of the Law Society of Scotland. Read more about the scheme below and sign up free of charge!

Smiley Person Icon   Who can join?

If you are and LLB or Diploma student/graduate, you can join!


Coin Icon   It's free

It doesn't cost anything to become a student associate, but there are loads of extra benefits in addition to the standard work we do with students.


Print Tick Icon   Boost your CV

Why not pad out your CV, gain loads of new skills and meet new people by becoming a...

Street law trainer
Student careers ambassador
Student blogger
Donald Dewar debate tournament judge

You'll also get discounted access to our specialised CPD for new lawyers events which take place across Scotland.


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Get a monthy fr

ee Lawscot e-bulletin, tailored specifically for students

Get a free subscription to the Law Society's Journal online - containing highly relevant and varied content about the big issues in the legal profession.


Briefcase Icon   Career support

Get tailored advice on your CV or interview prep guidance to make sure you have the best chance of securing a traineeship - we've got loads of information if you login to the 'Members' section of our website.

You can even access 1:1 support from a member of our careers team.


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When should I apply for my Entrance Certificate?
When should I apply for a traineeship?
When is my Diploma talk?

Signing up as a student associate means we can keep you up to date on essential information like this which will keep you on track, as well as interesting opportunities that could boost your career prospects.


Crowd Icon   Meet new people

Having great networking skills is a big part of building a successful
career in law - start improving yours now! Being a student associate will give you access to loads of opportunities where you can meet new people and become a networking pro.



Read our terms and conditions about being a student associate here.


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