There are four different ways to belong to the Education Law Association. View our membership brochure.
Full access to all the resources ELA has to offer, including four issues of ELA Notes and 12 issues of the School Law Reporter with a 12-month Case Index, a 35 percent discount on ELA publications, discounts on conference and seminar fees and access to online services such as the SLR Express (ELA's searchable online case database). Monthly membership materials sent via e-mail.
• $250 per year
All the privileges of active membership with an option to receive hardcopies of monthly e-mailed membership materials for an additional fee of $30. A retired member is an individual who has taken a retired or emeritus employment status, is no longer working full-time on a salaried basis, and has been an ELA member for at least 15 years.
• $150 per year
All the privileges of active membership. Restricted to students taking nine or more credit hours and may be held for a maximum of two years.
• $60 per year
Under this budget membership plan, receive four issues of ELA Notes and 12 issues of the School Law Reporter with a 12-month case index. No other member benefits apply. A library shall be defined as one operated by the government or by a private entity where the public or academic community is generally given free access to collections.