About Branches and National Groups
SLG has 9 Branches throughout England and Wales.
Each Branch runs their own affairs and has their own officers. Most Branches have Branch Meetings about 3 – 4 times a year with a guest speaker on a hot legal topic and an opportunity for members to discuss problems and issues. Branches also have regular bulletins which contain useful regional and national information.
Most Branches also run Special Interest Groups. These are self help groups arranged by volunteers on specialist legal subjects e.g. child care, planning, licensing. These groups typically meet about 3 times a year and are an opportunity for members to swap ideas, experiences, developments and are great discussion forums. Some SIGs may occasionally have a guest speaker.
There are currently around 60 SIGs running in Branches.
The SIG Convenors' Toolkit has been developed to provide guidance to those wanting to establish a new SIG.
If you don’t which Branch you are in click here: Which Branch am I in?
If you already know what Branch you are in but want to find out the latest information please following the links on the left.
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