The benefits of being an Employment Law Exchange member are;


  • Keeping up to date with current and planned UK employment law and other relevant international developments. 

  • Seven intensive yet relaxed half-day update sessions, with refreshments and a networking lunch.

  • A dedicated member-driven meeting once a year where current concerns, challenges, policy developments and other matters are discussed with members.

  • Comprehensive course materials which explicitly deal with HRM implications of employment law developments.

  • The ability to send a colleague as a substitute if you cannot attend so that your organisation does not miss anything that is going on.

  • An emphasis on exploring the practical, employment-based implications of legal developments. 

  • A confidential member-only zone website, where you can freely discuss with fellow-members issues, challenges and good practice and generally share your experiences.

  • A regular newsletter with updates of the legal developments that occur between meetings. 

  • The ability to customise all club materials and information for use in your own workplace. 

  • Meetings held online for the times members are unable to travel / during uncertain times. 


To gain a further understanding of a typical meeting at the Employment Law Exchange  and access sample materials click here 


Your membership to the Employment Law Exchange is a one off payment per year and can start any time of the year. Payment includes seven half-day sessions over a one-year period. 

Join today for 2021 sessions  and receive a 15% reduction
Standard Rate: £1500  (Normal rate 1,750) 
Concessionary Rate: Normal rate £850 (Normal rate £1,000)

The concessionary rate is available for charities, foundations and for many public sector employers, professional associations and community bodies. 

Interested in becoming a member? Email us: request any further information and a membership form. 






Download our Information Pack to gain a further insight in to the benefits of becoming a member