NEW! Stats on distribution of AAGs across the Office.
You may have heard about the 2016 Gallagher salary survey.
Attention all Torts attorneys. Here's an opinion letter from labor attorney Ed Younglove that says Torts attorneys are eligible to be in the bargaining unit.
Our legislative success is described in this May 1 newsletter of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
Here's a list of WFSE organizers, statewide, who are available to answer questions, deliver materials or pick up cards.
Here's our MOU with WFSE/AFSCME Council 28.
Collective bargaining agreements: Here's the collective bargaining agreement for Pierce County Prosecutors, the Thurston County Association of Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys.
In 2016, Connecticut AAGs voted to form a bargaining unit and unionize. This video describes their story. Here's an article in the Hartford Courant newspaper about their decision.
Oregon AAGs have bargained for 25 years. Here's video of a July 2019 Seattle event with Marc Abrams and Heather Weigler from OAJA. Here's the collective bargaining agreement for Oregon AAGs, along with their new 2020 salary grid.
Background on our own AGO: This document describes how the AGO bills our client agencies. Note slide 9, where our office says "Costs are as low as possible... AAG salaries are less than other government salaries.":
Here's a link to the 2019-2020 AGO budget request where the AGO describes our recruitment and retention problem. (Copy and paste into your web browser):