Subscribe to Arts Law
Subscription to Arts Law gives further access to advice and information on law and the arts and keeps you informed about legal issues affecting the arts in Australia.
Subscribing also provides essential financial support for Arts Law's delivery of legal and business services to Australian arts practitioners.
Benefits being an Arts Law Subscriber:
Compared to the cost of seeking private legal advice, subscribing to Arts Law is a drastically subsidised cost, which also gives you access to some of the best and highly saught after arts law solicitors in Australia. A 12 month subscription to Arts Law gives you access to:
- generous discounts on Arts Law's publications including checklists and guides, sample agreements, seminar papers and books;
- access to Arts Law's document review service (two document reviews in a 12 month period);
- access to Arts Law's telephone legal advice service (five telephone legal advices in a 12 month period);
- our enewsletter art+LAW which includes updates on recent issues affecting creators;
- discounts on admission to Arts Law's seminars;
and, where appropriate:
- ongoing legal advice, assistance and information;
- access to alternative dispute resolution services;
- referral to Arts Law's national referral panel of arts and entertainment lawyers;
- invitations to "subscriber only" events.
Changes to Subscriber Terms and Conditions:
Please note that the Arts Law Centre of Australia’s Subscriber terms & conditions have changed. Each Subscriber is now entitled to two (2) Document Review sessions (DRS) and five (5) Telephone Legal Advice (TLA) sessions in the twelve month subscription period. Additional Document Review advice sessions are available for a fee of $100 each. Please see our Subscriber terms & conditions for more information.
If you are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent please see our AITB website for information for subscription here.
Subscription rates (GST inclusive)
A 12 months subscription to Arts Law is set under 4 categories: