About EDO NQ
- the environment's legal team
MEMBERSHIP - WHY JOIN?
Membership of EDO NQ will allow you to keep up to date on the latest public interest environmental legal issues in Northern Queensland. You will receive our monthly bulletin, regular newsletters, access to our library and invitations to our functions and seminars. You are also entitled to vote at annual general meetings and nominate for the EDO NQ management committee.
Your membership subscription and donations will also help the EDO provide its legal services; including providing representation of clients in Courts and Tribunals, for which no Commonwealth Government funding is available.
How Do I Become a Member or Renew My Membership?
Download the membership form, and then post the completed form with payment by credit card details filled in or an attached membership fee to our office. You could also scan the completed form and email it to us and make your payment either by credit card on the form, bank transfer (refer to the membership form for details) or phone us and make a credit card payment over the phone. We can accept cash and EFTPOS payments over the counter at our office and we love having visitors.
Please make cheques or money orders payable to the "Environmental Defenders Office of NQ Inc". Our office address is:
Environmental Defender Office
of Northern Queensland Inc.
Level 1, 96-98 Lake Street
Cairns, QLD 4870
Membership fees are as follows:
Waged persons: $30.00
Community organisations and other organisation: $40.00
Your membership is valid for 12 months from the date of joining. It can be renewed after that by completing and forwarding to us, together with the requisite fee, a membership form. Fees for membership renewal are the same as the initial membership fees.
If you would like to change your contact details for your existing membership, please use our contacts page to send us your old, and new contact details.
For further information on membership or to obtain a copy of the EDO's constitution, please contact us.
Keep up to date on environmental law matters by subscribing to our regular Alerts or visiting our Facebook page, which has regular feeds relating to environmental law and environmental issues.