Welcome to the SLSA

Where law meets the social sciences and humanities.

 

 

The Socio-Legal Studies Association

Welcome to the SLSA website where you will find comprehensive information about the SLSA's aims aims and objectives. You can also find out how to join and about the many benefits of membership. There are details on all our activities including our prestigious socio-legal prizes, our research grants scheme, our seminar competition and our popular annual and postgraduate conferences.

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Impact and Law Reform Conference: save the date

Co-organised by the Law Subject Associations and the Law Commissions: 11 June 2019. Keynote speaker: Lady Hale.

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SLSA Annual Conference 2019 Leeds

The call for Current Topics is now open.

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SLSA chair and Exec

The SLSA chair is Professor Rosie Harding (pictured) of the University of Birmingham. She took up the post in April 2017. Members are invited to contact the chair or a member of the Executive Committee with their comments, suggestions and feedback. See the Exec page for details.

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How to update your profile


If you change institutions then you will need to update your contact details in the SLSA Online Directory. This is to make sure that you can be contacted about your membership status and that the Socio-Legal Newsletter is delivered to your new postal address.

To do this, you first need to log in to the Directory using the box on the bottom left of the screen. When you have done this, click on the 'My Profile' link in the members' menu that will have appeared above the Login box. This will take you to your profile page. You can use the tabs underneath the profile photo to see what your current profile contains. If you want to make changes then you should click on the 'Edit' button above the picture and choose the 'Update Your Profile' option from the drop-down menu.

You can now make whatever changes needed under the following categories:

  • Portrait
  • Contact Info
  • Expertise
  • Publications
  • Research

You can also change your password in the 'Contact Info' section. Don't foget to click on the 'Update' button at the bottom of the screen to save your changes.

For instructions on how to change your details on JISCMail so the weekly ebulletin is sent to the correct email address, visit this page.

 

 

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