LAPG is a membership organisation that represents and provides support for legal aid practitioners. Our Committee is drawn from legal aid practitioners across all areas of law, from right across the country and from all types of providers (small, large, NfP and ABS). As an organisation, LAPG is well known for contributing to and influencing both operational and policy matters. We are committed to access to justice and to ensuring that the legal aid scheme is accessible to as many people as possible. We also believe that the scheme itself needs to be clear and fit for purpose.
We also offer membership for barristers. In the current climate of fundamental changes to legal aid, barristers can also benefit from our specialist support services to members.
Our membership period runs from 1 January to 31 December.
For those with a legal aid contract, membership of LAPG is on an organisational rather than individual basis. Barristers can join LAPG as individuals and we also have group membership schemes for other representative bodies. Contact us if you have any queries about our membership schemes.
Its now time to renew (or join) for 2019
With the new membership year upon us it is now time to renew your membership or join us to help fight for legal aid. Membership under our Early Bird offer open to 28 February 2019 starts at just £170 for firms with 1-5 fee earners. And joining now means you’ll save a significant amount across all our membership tiers.
Join now to help us fight for legal aid in the face of the LASPO Review and the recently announced review of criminal legal aid fees. Help us to try to make the system work for providers and to increase access to all those who need access to advice. Members receive substantial reductions when attending our conference or training events and benefit immediately from our support services. To join LAPG download a membership form below.
If you are a firm or not-for-profit agency, please join or renew by downloading a membership form:
If you are an individual barrister, please download a barrister membership form: