National Jurist - November 2008 - 9
A LOT OF LAWYERS CAN MAKE PARTNER. ONLY A FEW CAN MAKE HISTORY. There’s strong. Then there’s Army Strong. The U.S. Army JAG Corps provides a unique opportunity to practice law in the Active Army or the Army Reserve. Rooted in tradition dating to 1775 and landmark cases such as the Nuremberg Trials, the JAG Corps immediately assigns its Ofﬁcers a wide range of responsibility. In addition to trying cases, they provide legal advice to commanders and play a key role in tactical decision-making. These and other opportunities give incomparable experience in various legal ﬁelds including: criminal, contract, family, medical, tort, and international law. For more information about the JAG Corps and internship opportunities visit www.goarmy.com/jag or call 1-866-ARMY-JAG. ©2008. Paid for by the United States Army. All rights reserved.