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Please Log on to your Website

By SLAS Spokesperson

The Society has undertaken considerable expense and work in order to provide members with an electronic forum for information, discussion and debate. We can envisage a number of further, practical uses that might develop from this, including access to important guidance to help us in the difficult days of change which are now clearly in early prospect. However, members are not able to take advantage of these facilities unless they log on to the website and many have not done so. We therefore provide the following guidance to enable members to log on to the website.

  1. Switch on your computer and go to Internet Explorer.
  2. In the address bar at the top of the page you type in the address – This should bring up the front page or the home page of the SLAS website.
  3. Find the word “Log In” at the middle of the top of this page and click on it.
  4. This will produce a page which invites you to enter your username and password.
  5. If you are not sure what your username is then try typing in your email address.
  6. If you have forgotten your password then click on “Forgotten Password” and you will shortly be sent an email with instructions how to reset your password.
  7. If you do not think you have a username or a password then click “subscribe” at the middle of the top of the home page. This will take you to a new page where you can fill out your name and address etc and create an account. If the website recognises your details, it will prompt you towards the log in page where you should follow the instructions from step 4 onwards.
  8. If all else fails and you wish to add a comment or information or an inquiry to our website then you can do so by any of the following means (in decreasing order of merit).
    1. send your comment in an email to and we will put it on to the website.
    2. fax your comment on 0141 353 3819.
    3. send a letter with your comment written on it to Secretary, Scottish Law Agents Society, 166 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 2LW, DX GW266, LP5 Glasgow 7


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