Our Community

The SCL community is dedicated to exploring the intersection of legal principles and technological advancements. It provides a platform for legal professionals and technology experts to collaborate, share insights, and navigate the evolving legal landscape in the digital age.

Find out more about how you can be involved below!


SCL Groups
Our groups represent topics and regions within the tech law sector and are a great way to engage with SCL and raise your profile.
SCL Tea & Tech
SCL ‘Tea & Tech’ meetings are informal drop-in discussions held via Zoom. Started during Covid as a way of keeping connected the series progressed and topics range from quantum computing to limitation clauses. Visit this page to see previous events.
AI for Schools Programme
An SCL outreach initiative aimed at helping underprivileged 6th form students consider a career in the tech law sector. Visit this page to find out all about the Programme and how you can get involved.

Career Support

SCL Accreditation Scheme
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.
SCL Mentoring Scheme
The SCL Mentoring Scheme is designed to help connect industry professionals with aspiring student Lawyers/Tech lawyers. Becoming a mentor is a fantastic opportunity to share your knowledge, develop your own career and help support the next generation of tech lawyers. Visit the page to find out more.
Jobs Board
This page advertises opportunities currently available in IT law and technology. Find out how to promote your latest vacancy to our specialist audience of tech lawyers and technologists.

Roles & Opportunities

‘Green’ Dragons’ Den Competition
An exciting sustainability challenge for students or prospective trainees interested in tech, tech law, computer science, sustainability or ESG.
Become an SCL student ambassador
Are you a current student who can communicate your enthusiasm for tech law to other students and encourage them to be involved with SCL? Then we want to hear from you. Visit the page to find out more about becoming an SCL Student Ambassador.
Special offer for Trainees
Trainee solicitors, trainee legal executives, trainee paralegals and pupil barristers are entitled to apply for free membership of SCL for a maximum of two years or until you qualify – whichever comes first.

Support SCL

Host an Event
Help us to continue offering outstanding tech law events in 2024 and beyond by hosting an event. It’s a great opportunity to showcase your firm while supporting the Society’s educational aims and objectives.
Corporate Supporter Scheme
SCL corporate supporters are organisations with strong links to the sector and a track record for developing relevant ideas and services. Apply to become a corporate supporter today!
Advertise with SCL
Advertising on the SCL website or in the SCL C&L Magazine and Monthly News Review, is the perfect way to raise your organisation’s profile and highlight your services to our global tech law audience.