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October 21st, 2014
October 21st, 2014
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Retired LPs Can Stay Connected to the AJC!

You can now join the AJC as an associate member

Have you recently left the federal public service?  Were you registered as an AJC member while you worked prior to leaving your LP position?  Do you still want to stay in the loop on issues that affect federal lawyers or the AJC generally?

If you answered yes to all of the above, you can now join the AJC as an 'Associate Member'.

Association Membership Status means that:

* You'll be eligible to receive labour-relations advice/services on matters that may impact you after your effective departure date;
* You'll receive the AJC's regular communique service delivered to your email;
* You'll receive AJC's weekly press clippings on topics of interest to federal lawyers and the public service in general; and
* You'll be able to attend the AJC's Annual General Meeting as an observer.

After all, retiring doesn't mean you have to cut all ties with the AJC and federal lawyers!

For more details on how you can join the AJC as an Associate Member, click here.

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