The ASAPIL membership renewal form (below) is for current members of the Association for Scientific Advancement in Psychological Injury and Law. If you are not yet an ASAPIL member, and would like to apply for membership, please use the New Member Application Form.
Before submitting the renewal form, please read the Terms of Agreement.
Items marked with an *asterisk on the application form are required. As you will see, the only required information on this renewal form is your name, email address, and a check box indicating that you agree with the Terms of Agreement. If none of your contact or other information has changed, you can leave those fields blank.
If any of your information has changed since your original application or most recent renewal, please include that information in the appropriate field on the form so that we can update our records. If you are not sure, go ahead and include the information. For example, if you moved to a new office around the time of your previous application or renewal, but you cannot remember if you submitted your new office address, go ahead and include it on this form.
After you submit the application you will be automatically transferred to the Payment Page where you will pay your annual dues. Please see the membership page for information on dues for various membership categories. The payment process uses secure, encrypted transfer technology. We prefer credit/debit card payment, but payment by check or money order is accepted (details are on the payment page).
After you submit the application you will receive an email acknowledging receipt of the application form. This email will contain a copy of the information you entered on the form. If you realize that you made an error, or if you wish to add additional information to your application, contact the Secretary of the Association with that information.
Note that when you are typing information into one of the form fields, the field will automatically expand if you go beyond 70 characters, i.e., you are not limited to the amount of space you can see initially.