Student Membership

Student membership of JUSTICE costs just £15

“JUSTICE provides an enormously important contribution to the development of law. I can’t conceive of any arguments why young lawyers shouldn’t want to be supportive of JUSTICE; if not active members of it.”

Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

JUSTICE is the conscience of the legal profession – be a part of it.

As a member of JUSTICE you will:

  • Be eligible to list JUSTICE under ‘memberships’ on your CV
  • Be eligible to publish relevant case notes in the JUSTICE case note library
  • Have access to our member-only events
  • Receive significant discounts on our other paid-for events, including the Annual Student Conference and the Annual Human Rights Conference
  • Have opportunities to network with senior judges, leading lawyers and legal academics
  • Receive a monthly member newsletter

Join us now

Alexandra Marks“I joined JUSTICE as early as I could. My passion for justice and the importance of the rule of law, I felt, was embodied by JUSTICE as an organisation. It was, and is still today, the conscience of the legal profession I am very proud to have been an active member for nearly 30 years.”

Alexandra Marks
Partner at Linklaters

As a membership organisation, our members are among our greatest assets. Here are just five of the reasons why you should join JUSTICE.

Because it is not party political, JUSTICE commands respect throughout the political spectrum. We have representatives from each of the main political parties on our governing body.

JUSTICE draws on international research and caselaw, and the specialist input of experts to provide the template for public policy.

JUSTICE has a membership of prominent barristers and solicitors, distinguished academics, leading firms and chambers and many individuals and organisations engaged in human rights.

Through influential reports and informed dialogue, we continue to play a key role amending and developing law, government policy and the practice of public authorities.

As the British section of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), we work with colleagues from across the world on areas of common interest and concern.