Membership of the ELS
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
A message from the Ecclesiastical Law Society (ELS):
As a former Registry Clerk (and now working for the DAC in Southwark Diocese), and as part of the Ecclesiastical Law Society's Committee, I commend to you the membership of the ELS. The Society's Chairman, Mark Hill QC, outlines in his message below some of the key benefits of being a member. Please also see the attached flyer.
Having previously worked in the same Registry Clerk role as yourselves, I would encourage you to consider joining so as to take advantage of the opportunities for networking and professional development it offers, as well as the resources in areas of work with which you will be involved in your roles day-by-day, such as the prestigious Ecclesiastical Law Journal. In recent years the ELS has had an increasing involvement in delivering training to parishes and dioceses as well as running events which are to support those who deliver such training.
Please do feel free to email the Society's Administrator Andy Male with any questions about this: email@example.com
Invitation to join the Ecclesiastical Law Society
You are warmly invited to become a member of the Ecclesiastical Law Society which exists to promote the study of ecclesiastical and canon law and related matters concerning law and religion. The annual membership has been held for a further year at £40 (£25 for students) which represents astounding value for money. Member benefits include:
· Hard copies of the Ecclesiastical Law Journal, published three times a year
· Online access to all issues of the Ecclesiastical Law Journal since 1987
· Regular receipt of the Society’s Newsletter
· Invitations to the Society’s annual conferences and its series of lectures (based in London and Leeds)
Please visit the Society’s website, and use the following link to sign up as a new member: https://ecclawsoc.org.uk/membe rship/join-the-society/
With very best wishes,
Mark Hill QC