SCL IT Law Accreditation Scheme for SCL Lawyer Members

Apply to become an SCL Accredited IT Lawyer

SCL IT lawyer members can apply to become SCL accredited IT lawyers. Accreditation is aimed at IT law practitioners who are seeking to establish themselves within the IT law sector.

Becoming an accredited member of SCL is an additional benefit of SCL membership for which there is no charge. If you wish to join SCL click here.

The purpose of the scheme is to enable our members to demonstrate their expertise and experience in our specialist area of law, promoting confidence among clients and the wider IT industry.

Although relevant training is available via other SCL events, completion of all 12 modules of the Tech Law Essentials Programme will make a significant contribution towards your requirement for SCL accreditation.

SCL Accredited IT Lawyers

  • accreditation lasts for five years
  • the individual right to use the title and logo "SCL Accredited IT Lawyer" while the accreditation is current
  • to qualify you must be a current member of SCL, have held a practising certificate for at least 5 years and be able to demonstrate levels of practice, training and writing on IT Law as specified in the rules

The rules governing the SCL accreditation scheme are available to download at the bottom of this page together with an application form.

If you have any questions, more please call us on 0117 904 1242 or email caroline.gould@scl.org

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