How to become a Law Society partner

We work in partnership with a selection of commercial organisations to extend the range of benefits available to our membership. These are specifically tailored to the legal sector and may be relevant to aspects of their business, personal or professional life.
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Would access to the 150,000 membership of the Law Society enable you to extend the reach and breadth of your business? Would you like to see your business alongside a trusted brand in the legal sector?

Becoming a partner with the Law Society may be the ideal solution for you.

Find out how to become a Law Society partner:

Benefits of becoming a Law Society partner

Working with us can help you achieve your corporate goals across the legal sector by:

  • enabling unrivalled market access and reach to all qualified practising lawyers in England and Wales
  • granting licensed access to a Law Society logo and tagline, to directly support your marketing and sales programmes
  • building awareness of your brand and product with our members
  • helping you to engage with our members through our range of digital, social, print and face to face channels
  • helping you reach different segments of our membership, based on factors such as practice size, areas of practice, operation / workflows, and technology platforms used
  • opportunities to meet our membership and showcase your products and services at seminars and events

How partners are chosen

We have three different types of partnerships:

  • professional legal services – specialist services to help develop our members' practice, such as legal training and resources
  • business services – services and expertise to help our members' firms run more efficiently, such as financial services and insurance
  • personal services – services that appeal to the lifestyles and interests of our members across areas such as travel, motoring, and telecommunications.

We jointly build a package of activity which is delivered in association with our dedicated partnerships marketing team.

A partnership runs for at least one year, for an agreed licence fee. Results-based commission is also payable under some partnerships.

If you would like to discuss how your organisation could become a partner, contact us by email at, or call us on 020 8049 4000.

How partners are assessed

Our assessment process is quick and easy, designed to make the most of the relationships for you, our members and the Law Society.

We assess prospective partners on a case-by-case basis. We check your offering meets our members' needs and ask you to complete a due diligence application form.

The form does not evaluate the functionality, features or suitability of the product or service, but enables us to evaluate the business. It considers:

  • financial history
  • previous experience of supplying to the legal sector and client references
  • management of quality via policies and procedures, as well as attainment of recognised standards certificates from trade bodies and business continuity management
  • organisational culture and processes, including corporate social responsibility, equality and diversity, anti-bribery, cybersecurity, data assurance and GDPR compliance

Law Society commercial partnerships have a clear framework for assessment of a prospective partner’s business viability, clearly identifying member relevance and a stringent due diligence process on the partners we choose to work with.

In the financial planning sector, we work hard to demonstrate compliance and adherence to industry standards and best practice regarding regulated activities and are completely impartial when working with partners who may be able to offer independent or restricted financial advice to members.

All chosen partners in the financial services sector are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.


“Catax has been working with the Law Society for the past seven years. We’ve recently held our most successful webinar with the organisation.

“As Catax specialises in capital allowances, a subject that can often be perceived as challenging for many commercial property solicitors, we had to find a way that would engage with the Law Society’s members.

“The team was supportive throughout the process, from the initial brainstorm meeting to regular deadline reminders. They also helped us to source a fantastic host for the day, which helped the Q&A-style session we held run smoothly.

“Off the back of the webinar, we’ve received an outstanding amount of interest from the audience and have made some great new connections. We would highly recommend anyone who is thinking to do a webinar with the Law Society to do so.”

Paul O’Kell
Group channel partner director, Catax

“Hiscox and the Law Society have a great relationship which has been built over the past 10 years.

“The partnership team at the Law Society offers fantastic account management and expertise in marketing to support our relationship.

“We have a great connection with the Law Society members which is testament to the hard work and time invested by the Law Society to establish our brand with its members. The Law Society has worked in collaboration with us each and every year to set a clear plan which resonates well with its members. The Law Society offers us a wide range of channels from digital to print and social media so we can connect with its members, which in turn supports the relationship we have established.

“The marketing services also provide us with a wide reach across the Law Society membership base, offering us the ability to connect with a larger audience demographic.

“We highly regard our relationship with the Law Society and recommend its partnership services.”

Hiscox Partnerships

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Call us on 020 8049 4000.

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