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Unlock a national support network with one membership!

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The Asian Australian Lawyers Association promotes Asian cultural diversity in the Australian legal profession and provides advocacy and supports its Members and the development of links with Asian legal associations.


We have members from all walks of legal life, including students, lawyers and principals from small, medium and large firms, barristers, in-house and government lawyers, and members of the judiciary.


You can "Sign Up" as an individual member or as a corporate member below.

As a national, not-for-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers, AALA relies on your Membership. By renewing your Membership or signing up as a Member, you provide us with the required financial capacity to continue to strengthen our suite of services that directly support you and the advancement of cultural diversity in our legal profession.



Special student and PQE-based membership packages are available.

Your membership unlocks exclusive member-only opportunities and discounts on a national and local level.


If your law firm or organisation would like to become a member of the AALA.

Corporate members may nominate up to 5 individual members to be associated with their corporate membership. 



Sponsorships and partnerships with AALA are also available. Contact us to find out more.

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As at June 2021, the AALA has over 1000 members in all eight states and territories of Australia. Together, the membership speaks over 30 languages and represents the cultural diversity that is celebrated in Australia. Our Members practice in a range of legal areas, such as property, criminal, environmental, banking, family and construction. The membership base ranges from students to members of the judiciary, and comes from a wide range of sectors, including private, public, community legal and in-house.


Membership with the AALA provides opportunities to network and connect to the community. Members receive email newsletters, notifications of events and invitations to a range of opportunities - including the chance to contribute to advocacy and policy work and professional development seminars. For ticketed events, Members receive either a free or discounted ticket. Members can also be listed in our Members’ Directory, to further connect them with the broader community and have access to AALA BLACKBOARD. 

Membership with the AALA is tiered by levels and more information can be found by "Signing Up" above.

Have any questions? Get in contact with us today!

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Individual Membership is open to all practitioners:

  • Access to all-year-round professional development (CPD) events in your state/territory and in other Australian states/territories;

  • Discounted access to networking and professional development events;

  • Opportunities to join, lead and advocate on matters important to you;

  • Unlock materials and access networks that provide professional, mental health, and collegial support;

  • Leadership development opportunities that challenge and inspire you.


Asian Australians are heavily underrepresented at the senior levels of the legal profession. The Asian Australian Lawyers Association aims to promote cultural diversity in the law and break down the “bamboo ceiling” faced by so many Asian Australian lawyers. As the next generation of young lawyers, you are an important part of that change.


By becoming a student member of the AALA, you give Asian law students across Australia a collective voice to be heard on important student issues.

Each Branch welcomes expressions of interest from students. By registering as a member, you can keep updated about our upcoming events and activities. You would also be eligible to nominate to join your local Branch as a Committee Member and may choose to participate in a Branch Subcommittee. Your membership will also help the National Executive Committee gauge the level of interest from students in each state, so that we can plan our student engagement events and activities for the coming year. 


To register as a student member, "Sign Up" above.

Have any questions? Get in contact with us today!

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The AALA Members’ Blackboard is an interactive online discussion forum where members can post anything they would like to share with other members. 

Blackboard is here for whether you're looking for a job or to hire, or a colleague to connect with!


The Members’ Directory provides  the public with the ability to contact Members who are engaged in a specific area of practice, who have a specific language skill set or practice within a particular region. 

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Access all the interesting and helpful resources that we have collected for our Members' over the years.

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