Internship Programme of the Faculty of Law of the University of Colombo

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NOTICE – OPPORTUNITIES FOR APPRENTICES AT THE OFFICES OF THE LEGAL AID COMMISSION

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BASL Diary – To be launched on 25th July 2020 at the 2nd Bar Council Meeting

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Concessionary Hotel Offers exclusively for BASL Members

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Bar Association of Homagama Notice

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2020.07.22 – Commercial High Court (Court No 01/02/03)

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2020.07.20 – Commercial High Court (Court No 01/02/03)

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2020.07.17 – Commercial High Court (Court No 01/02/03)

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2020.06.04 – Notice (Court of Appeal)

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WHY JOIN BASL?

The Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) which is the Supreme body of organization for the Attorneys-at-Laws in Sri Lanka was established in year 1974 from which day onwards it has been playing a key role in the administration of justice. BASL which currently holds membership exceeding 20,000 all around the country, serves as the Federation of 87 branch associations operating island wide affiliated to regional Courts. Read More


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Becoming a member is simple – please download and complete the membership application form below and return to the BASL Secretariat by email, fax or post.

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2019 – 2020 Membership Fees

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY MEMBERSHIP FEE

 

ID FEE LATE FEE PHOTO
LIFE MEMBERSHIP Rs. 15,000/- Rs. 2,500/-  

Rs. 1,500/-

Per year (Maximum Rs. 4,500/-)

 

 

Rs. 300/-

ORDINARY MEMBERSHIP

(Valid for current year)

Rs.   1,500/-

 

 

Rs. 1,500/-

 

Rs. 500/- Per year (Within first 3 years of enrollment)

All prices listed are in Sri Lanka Rupees (LKR).

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