INVITATION ONLY COURSES
School Code: 181 / NCOA School Code: 681 - No Tuition Fees
Attendance at resident courses is limited to those persons to whom a student quota has been allocated. Quotas are managed by the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS). The scope and prerequisites for courses are specified in ATRRS, but are also available in the catalog liink to the left. Most Army students will go through their local command training office to register in ATRRS. Procedures vary for Sister service students and those from other agencies. Finally, some courses are "by invitation only" and these seats are obtained by application to TJAGLCS.
For complete information on ATRRS requirements, procedures for registration, and points of contact, click here.
SJA. ATRRS NUMBER 5F-F52.
Staff Judge Advocate Course. 4.5 Days. 13 - 17 June 2016.
Prerequisites: Active duty and Reserve Component field grade Army Judge Advocates whose actual or anticipated assignment is as a newly assigned Staff Judge Advocate, Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, or similar leader.
This course educates newly selected Staff Judge Advocates, Deputy Staff Judge Advocates, and similar leaders in legal, leadership, and management topics to enable them to effectively lead a military legal office.
ATTENDEES: This course is by INVITATION ONLY. Selection for attendance is by The Judge Advocate General, U.S. Army. If selected, you will receive an invitation via e-mail with instructions on how to register. Full information about the SJA Course is available to invitees on JAGU once they register. Invitees are expected to attend the course unless excused by The Executive Officer to The Judge Advocate General.Back to Top
FEDERAL LITIGATION. ATRRS NUMBER 5F-F29.
Federal Litigation Course. 4.5 Days. 18 - 22 July 2016. Fort Belvoir, VA.
Prerequisites: This course is by INVITATION ONLY, and is primarily designed to be an introductory course for Department of Defense (DoD) military and civilian attorneys who are serving in, or pending assignment to, a federal civil litigation position. Paralegals who provide legal support to federal civil litigation attorneys may also apply. Applicants should have no more than two years of federal civil litigation experience, and not previously attended the course.
This is a practice-oriented course that presents intensive instruction and exercisess encompassing problems confronting government attorneys in federal litigation. Instruction is provided in federal litigation subjects, including: the federal rules of civil procedure, case management, discovery, judicial review, official immunity, pleadings and motion practice, and mediation in federal courts.
TO APPLY: Please complete the following application and return it to the course manager, MAJ Emily Roman, via e-mail. The course manager will review submitted applications, and approved applicants will be enrolled into ATRRS and notified of enrollment.Back to Top
INTELLIGENCE LAW. ATRRS NUMBER 5F-F41.
Intelligence Law Course. 4.5 Days. 15 - 19 August 2016.
Prerequisites: Military or civilian attorneys employed by the U.S. Government who provide operational law advice to commanders. Attendance is also open, on a limited basis, to U.S. Government employees assigned or pending assignment to positions requiring an understanding of intelligence law as it relates to the investigation of national security cases.
This course provides a basic understanding of the legal framework in which the intelligence community operates and the historical context with which to view, understand, and apply existing laws, regulations, and policies. Focusing on judge advocates working at the joint task force (JTF) level and below, it presents current intelligence issues including intelligence operations in cyberspace, and tactical intelligence law issues that arise in a combat zone.
ATTENDEES: This course is by INVITATION ONLY. The course requires a SECRET security clearance, confirmation of which must be received before the course begins. Security clearances must be confirmed in writing by the sending unit's security manager.
TO APPLY: Applicants who believe they meet the scope and prerequisites may fill out the course application below and follow the instructions for submission.
LOFE. ATRRS NUMBER 5F-F22.
Law of Federal Employment Course. 3.5 Days. August 2017.
Prerequisites: Attendance at this course is by INVITATION ONLY to Department of Defense (DoD) military and civilian attorneys who are serving in, or are pending assignment to, a federal employment law position. Applicants should have no more than three years of federal employment law experience. Paralegals and legal administrators who provide legal support to employment law attorneys may also apply.
The purpose of this course is to teach the fundamentals of federal employment and labor law to DoD military and civilian attorneys. The course is designed to prepare students to identify, evaluate, and resolve labor and employment law issues for commanders, managers, and supervisors. Core topics include: adverse actions for misconduct, performance management, EEO substantive law and procedure, federal labor-management relations, and prohibited personnel practices.
TO APPLY: Please fill out BOTH of the following applications and return them to the course manager via e-mail. The Course Manager will make a decision on all applications by no later than 1 June 2017.