Law Society members are law school students and graduates who support the mission of the Law Society:
"We affirm the strength brought to the law by a lawyer's personal religious conviction. We strive through public service and professional excellence to promote fairness and virtue founded upon the rule of law."
There is no charge for basic membership in the Law Society but local chapters may charge for events or other benefits. In some locations law students form chapters, usually affiliated with a law school, that are separate from the attorney chapters. In other locations attorneys and students meet together as a chapter. In all locations we encourage student and attorney members to collaborate and interact. Mentoring student members is part of the purpose of the Law Society. While many Law Society members are affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, those of all faiths are welcome. Similarly, students and graduates of all law schools are welcome to join the Law Society no matter where they are located in the world. There is no requirement regarding religious preference, state bar membership, attorney status or attendance at any particular law school. Graduation from or current attendance at a law school and support of the mission statement are the only requirements for membership.
Membership continues indefinitely until terminated by either party.
For further information on membership see the Membership Application.