Becoming a member

AERIAL membership is open to a broad spectrum of lawyers already involved in or with an interest in African aviation – those in private practice (including solicitors, barristers, attorneys, trainee solicitors, legal executives and candidate attorneys) and in house lawyers, at airlines, financiers, insurers, government departments and MROs – whether physically based in Africa or abroad.
There is no membership fee and membership is not limited to one law firm or lawyer per country. However to be an AERIAL member, you must be more than a passenger. A commitment to education (teaching or learning about aviation law) and AERIAL’s aims and activities in African aviation is a requirement.
Those with the interest and passion to become a member are warmly invited to get in touch via the contact section of our website under the subject title “Membership Application”; in no more than 200 words tell us about yourself, your firm or company (if applicable), your interest in African aviation, any specific areas of interest and experience, what you would offer or seek to obtain from AERIAL membership and how you became aware of AERIAL.
We look forward to hearing from you.