Welcome

As a current CLSA member, you can login to view and update information on your membership and you can also access the private Member Area.

You can login using the Member Login link at the top right of the website. 

Logging in

Your login details will be sent to you by email.

Your username is set when your account is created and cannot be updated by you directly. Please contact the Administrator if you have issues with the username. You can also login instead with the email address associated with your membership.

Your password is automatically generated but can be changed by you once you have logged in to your account. For your own security, please ensure you do not use a simplistic or easily guessed password.

If you forget your password, there is a ‘Lost your password’ link which will guide you how to reset your password.

My account

When you login successfully you will be taken to the Dashboard in your ‘My account’ area.

 

in ‘My account’ you can view the following:

Orders

You will be able to view previous Orders.

Memberships

 You will be able to view your Membership type.

Subscription

You will be able to view future recurring subscriptions (unless you are part of a Firm membership, where the lead solicitor has purchased the Firm membership).

Addresses

Update the Billing Address that appears on the checkout page (but if you are part of a Firm membership, this will be the Billing Address for the lead solicitor who purchased the Firm membership).

Payment methods

If you have previously paid by cheque or BACS, you can add debit/card payment for future membership renewals.

Account details

In this section you can:

  • change your password
  • update your contact details
  • update the information which appears in the public Member Directory/Find A Solicitor (if you have consented to this information being displayed)
  • change your consent to having your information displayed in the public Member Directory

 

Member Area

When you are logged in to My Account, click on the button ‘Go to Member Area’.

You will be able to view private Member pages, depending on your level of membership (Associates can only view limited pages).

You will also see a link to a page which will allow you to apply for a Court Users ID Card for free.