The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center & School
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Established in July 2003, the Legal Center supports our nation's commitment to conforming military operations to the rule of law. Through its four Directorates - the Center for Law and Military Operations, Future Concepts, Training Developments, and Educational Technology and Distributed Learning - the Legal Center works with The Judge Advocate General's School (TJAGSA) to provide relevant and ready legal support to the Army and the Joint force.
The Legal Center supports TJAG's goal of ensuring that today and in the future, the right number of doctrinally-based, superbly trained and equipped legal professionals will be present and ready to furnish commanders, staffs, and soldiers at every level with expert and proactive legal support.
FCD also reviews the Army, Joint, and Allied doctrine and Army future concepts on behalf of the JAGC and maintains close working relationships with other branch proponents, sister services, and doctrine agencies throughout the Army/Joint community. The Directorate also works closely with the other divisions of the Legal Center on key doctrines, force structures, and training issues to ensure world-class legal support to the Army.
Develop the doctrine of the JAG Corps; review and refine Army, Joint, and Allied doctrine; and examine emerging concepts that may impact legal support to the Army and the Joint Force.
Working to improve the Army by safeguarding and advancing JAG Corps equities throughout the development of Army, Joint, and Allied doctrine and Army future concepts.
CLAMO is a joint, interagency, and multinational legal center responsible for: (1) collecting and synthesizing data relating to legal issues arising in military operations, (2) managing a central repository of information relating to such issues, and (3) disseminating resources addressing these issues IOT facilitate the development of doctrine, organization, training, material, leadership, personnel, and facilities as these areas affect the military legal community.
CLAMO invites contribution of operational legal materials and suggestions, including legal after action reports (AARs), ideas from the field, comments about its products, and requests for information, assistance, or publications.
Analyze training needs, design training strategies, leverage training and education technologies, and develop training products and support materials for resident and non-resident learning programs. TDD manages the ABA-approved Army Paralegal Degree Program. The directorate provides technical assistance and legal training products to DoD and JAG Corps personnel worldwide.
Leverage technology, JAGC Officer Distributed courses, and JAGC Enlisted Professionalism.