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Army Legal Services Association

A meeting was held on 17th April 2010 at which those former Army Legal Services (ALS) officers present, with the approval of the Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association (the AGC Regimental Association), formed the Army Legal Services Association (ALSA).

The purpose of the ALSA is to promote the fellowship of its members by providing a link between those presently serving in or with ALS and those who have served in or with ALS (ALC) in the past, their spouses, partners or widows, and by acting as a centre for collecting and passing on information about people and events, including collecting historical and archive material.

The ALSA is a branch of the AGC Regimental Association and full members of the ALSA are required to be members of the AGC Regimental Association in the first instance. Associate membership is available for those who are ineligible for membership of the AGC Regimental Association, especially widows or widowers of ALS officers or legally qualified members of other corps who have served with ALS.

Full membership of the ALSA is open to any former or serving ALS (ALC) officer (including the Army Reserve). The annual subscription is £10.00. Associate members shall not pay subscriptions but do not have the right to serve on the committee or vote at meetings.

Those wishing to join the ALSA should complete the Joining Proforma and email this to the Secretary of the ALSA at alsassn@btinternet.com

 

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