Your User ID is the six-digit number (including any leading zeros) noted on your practising certificate. You can also find it in emails we’ve sent you in the past about renewals or making your CPD declaration.
If you have forgotten your User ID or changed your email address, please call 0800 22 30 30 or email email@example.com
On the Registry login page click the ‘Forgot password?’ link and enter your User ID. Make sure you enter your User ID correctly. It is six digits, including leading zeros. Click the ‘Email password reset’ button to send a password reset link to your email. If you haven’t received the email from us:
It’s important that you enter your User ID in full. It is six digits, including leading zeros.
In some cases people can experience challenges accessing Registry when using a tablet device. We suggest that you use a computer or mobile phone instead.
We have noticed that some web browsers are having difficulty with displaying our Registry site. We recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. If you’re using one of these browsers and the website is still showing incorrectly, please contact us.
Contact Registry via phone on 0800 22 30 30 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow these steps to make a credit card payment.
Credit card payments process instantly.
To pay from a New Zealand bank, in the 'Particulars', 'Code' and 'Reference' fields please clearly identify your:
Deposit direct credit payments into the ASB account:
12 3140 0119103 07
Only include payment for renewal fees and levies, not other services such as seminars.
It may take some time for direct credit payments to process, please allow at least 5 working days.
Cheques are being phased out by many New Zealand banks, we ask that you pay by the above methods instead and apologise for any inconvenience.
A copy of your invoice can be downloaded once you have logged in to your Registry account, go to the 'Tax Invoices' screen. We expect that invoices for the 2021/22 year will be available by end of May 2021.
The invoice becomes a tax invoice (for GST purposes) when it’s paid, we don’t issue a separate receipt.
If you are not currently a member of a Law Society section, find out more below:
Members of the Family Law Section also have the opportunity to join the Panel of Mediators – Family Specialist. Joining the Panel signals that you maintain a high standard of mediation in your practice and once you’re accredited you can use our logo to show this to others.
You must be able to demonstrate that you have achieved a certain level of training and experience in family mediation. You can find out more or join below:
Once you are a member of one of these services, it will automatically be included on your renewal invoice.
Regulation 10 of the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act (Lawyers: Practice Rules) Regulations 2006 sets out the information that the register is required to contain regarding every lawyer.