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July 13th, 2016
July 13th, 2016

It's the AJC's 10th Anniversary and let's celebrate with the AJC Photo Challenge!

The AJC's 10th anniversary is here and to celebrate the AJC is asking you: What represents justice to you, as a legal professional?

All across Canada, there are statues, images, architecture and locations that represent justice or access to justice.  They can vary from province to province, location to location.

Justice may be represented by the statue of Nellie McClung and the "Famous Five" in front of the Manitoba Legislator, the architecture of the Supreme Court of Canada, the Tower of Freedom Underground Railroad Monument in Windsor, the Relocation Monuments in Nunavut or a judge's gavel or litigators' robes.
Justice can mean different things to different people. Take a photo of what it means to you and sent it to before September 2, 2016 for a chance to win any of the following prizes:

  1. FitBit One
  2. $50 Tim Hortons Gift card
  3. $25 Tim Hortons Gift card

Rules: The submitted photos must have been taken by a Regular or Associate Member in Good Standing of the AJC. Resolution should be at least 300 Pixels per inch and in a .jpg format.  A selection panel comprised of the Director of Communications and the Executive will shortlist 10 entries for Governing Council to vote on. By participating in this contest, participants grant the AJC an unfettered right to use, publish or disseminate their submitted photos through electronic or printed means.

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