Our members are integral to the work we do, and their support enables us to use our expertise, knowledge and influence to raise awareness of the communication needs of vulnerable people within the justice system.
We have three categories of membership, so whether you are a practising intermediary, associated professional or interested member of the public, you can become a member.
Please find our membership policy here.
What our members say
When I was considering applying to train as an intermediary I attended the IfJ conference and I was really impressed by the range of speakers and breath of subject matter.
When I think about IfJ the words independence, reason and professionalism spring to mind - IfJ pursues fair access for all and I’m proud to be a member
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Interested in becoming a trustee?
IfJ welcomes trustee applications from all professions and background to contribute to the shaping of IfJ.