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How Do I Join?

The LESI and LES-Europe web sites will lead you to various LES sites which contain information about international activities. Other pages on this site give information about activities of LES Britain and Ireland. Come along to any of the meetings listed.

If you already have sufficient information follow the application procedure below.

New INDIVIDUAL Membership Applications

Please click here to view the benefits of Individual Membership. Click here to apply ONLINE. Click here to download an application form to be posted with your payment (GB and Northern Ireland only).

Republic of Ireland only - Click here to download an individual membership form to be posted with your payment.

Please submit your application form to Esha Cruickshank, LES Administration Office.

New CORPORATE Membership Applications

Please click here to view the benefits of Corporate Membership. If you would like to apply for Corporate Membership of LES B&I, please click here to apply ONLINE (GB and Northern Ireland only). Please click here to download an application form to be posted with your payment.

Please contact the LES B&I Administration Office if you have any queries.

Republic of Ireland only - Click here to download the Corporate Membership form. Please contact Esha Cruickshank if you have any queries about membership in the Republic of Ireland.

Current Membership Fees are:
Individual:

a) £180 (if applying in November 2016 to June 2017) (or €180 for Republic of Ireland)
b) £90 (if applying in July to December 2017)
c) £50 (if applying as a Full Time Student of IPR in January to December 2017)

Corporate:
Up to 2 designated members £305 (or €305 for Republic of Ireland)

Up to 7 designated members £750 (or €750 for Republic of Ireland)

Up to 10 designated members £995 (or €995 for Republic of Ireland)

Note: Membership applications are subject to scrutiny and must be approved by Council (as explained on the Membership Information page). Debiting of payment would normally be deferred to give time for approval. However, where payment is debited prior to approval this is not to be construed as approval and, in the event that the application is not then approved, the payment will be returned as soon as possible.