Australian membership arrangements
For individual members:
$140 inc GST, a one year membership for the period 1 March 2022– 28 February 2023.
For Concessional (Retired/Unwaged) members:
$70 inc GST, a one year membership for the period 1 March 2022– 28 February 2023.
For Full Time Student members: No Charge.
In 2020, the National Board determined to have only one type of Organisation Membership.
$275 inc GST, a one year membership for the period 1 March 2022– 28 February 2023.
This Membership type will still provide organisational members with the benefits of receiving an electronic copy of the International Journal of Law and Education to be distributed within the organisation by the membership contact. It also provides for up to 5 national conference attendees at members rates.
Membership of ANZELA is open to any interested party working in the area of education or education law.
Unfortunately we are unable to take Credit Card Payment at this time.
We can accept EFT transfer (details on our membership form), cheque and money orders.
We hope to have this resolved shortly.
You can download and print the appropriate membership form below:
New Zealand members, please go to the New Zealand page for details on membership.
Once complete, please send you membership form to:
c/- GPO BOX 104
HOBART, TAS, 7001
Benefits of Membership
A National Conference is held annually. Details of this year’s conference is available here.
Information about changes to the Organisational Membership
In 2020, the National Directors determined to have only one type of Organisation Memberhip. The International Education and Law Journal is produced electronically and will be made available to the contact person to distribute the Journal within thier organisation. If an organisation wishes to send more than 5 staff to the ANZELA National Conference, then they should contact the Conference Organisers to seek advice as to the conference rate.
Each Chapter conducts seminars at a local level relating to issues, which are current in their jurisdictions. See the information on the individual Chapters on this site for further information.
The Association also publishes the international academic journal, International Journal of Law & Education (previously know as Australia & New Zealand Journal of Law & Education). This journal is published once a year.
The ANZELA Reporter is produced twice a year as an additional means of advising members of what is going on within the organisation and the different chapters. It will also be used to update membes on significant developments in education and the law in Australia, New Zealand and overseas.
Local Chapters sometimes provide other publications which keeps members informed of issues, and provides articles and commentary.
All members receive these publications as part of their annual membership subscription.
If you have any enquiries about ANZELA you should contact any member of the current committee of the Association, or the contact person of your local Chapter. You can contact these people via the Contact Us tab