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Are you a former ELA member who is ready to rejoin? Or have you just discovered that your renewal date has come and gone and your membership lapsed accidentally? Miss your ELA colleagues? Locked out of the website? Want to resume receiving all our digital publications ASAP? You don't have to go through the entire process of joining all over again! Just fill out this short form, and we'll reactivate your account promptly and happily welcome you back to our fellowship of practitioners and scholars. You are just a few clicks away from continuing your membership in Education Law Association.
Please note that this system is ONLY for people who have previously belonged to ELA. Are you considering becoming a new member? For information, please click on the "Membership Plans" button below. If you have never been a Professional Member of ELA, we now offer a special, one-year Introductory Membership at half off the regular dues. Also please note that if your membership lapsed only recently, you still may be able to renew instantly via your membership account. Go to your account now.
Otherwise, to renew your lapsed membership, complete and submit the following information:
Some members will reinstate under a different membership plan:
Introductory membership is not renewable. If your membership is still active, you can upgrade to Professional via your account. If your Introductory membership already has lapsed, reinstate right here at the Professional level.
Student membership is available only to students carrying at least six credits in a semester and for a maximum of three years. If you no longer are carrying six credits or are completing your third year as a Student member, you can reinstate for one year under our Introductory plan. Then you will have the option to progress to Professional membership the following year.
If you are aged 65 or older, you qualify for Senior Membership.