Focused on supporting and representing all solicitors in local government
SLG is the professional body promoting, representing and supporting the 4,000 local government solicitors and trainees in England and Wales. We are separate from, but recognised by, The Law Society.
There are nine regional Branches which provide training, hold seminars and events and help to organise Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in your area in your area that concentrate on particular areas of practice. There are also a wide range of other services and activities for members as described throughout this website.
SLG's work is co-ordinated by the National Executive Committee and managed on a day-to-day by the Management Committee comprising the National Officers. Membership is open to all solicitors and trainees employed in local government, including Police Authorities, Fire and Rescue Authorities and Passenger Transport Executives. Please see membership eligibility for full details.
Membership is open to all solicitors and trainees employed in local government, including Police Authorities, Fire Authorities and Passenger Transport Executives. See full details of membership eligibility.
Barristers and Legal Executives working in local authority legal departments can also become Associate Members.
Letter from Chair of SLG and President of ACSeS sets out arrangements for transition to the new organisation
The History of Solicitors in Local Government 1947-2012 by John Emms
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