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Purpose: The Military Justice Leaders Course provides military justice leaders with specialized training on the effective management of criminal justice legal systems, processes, and personnel.  Through classroom instruction and highly qualified peer mentorship, students will learn how to supervise, train, and develop their subordinate counsel.  Students will obtain an in-depth understanding of the rules and methodologies of pretrial preparation and processes including selecting panel members, negotiating plea agreements, and utilizing the new procedures available under Article 30a.  Finally, students will achieve an understanding of the rules and best practices of post-trial court-martial actions, while exploring select specialized topics such as working with Special Victim Counsel, and leading and managing civilian employees.

Prerequisites: This course is designed for active duty Army Judge Advocates and senior non-commissioned officers who currently serve, or are scheduled to serve, as military justice managers, in particular, chiefs of justice and military justice operations NCOIC. Reserve component Judge Advocates and senior civilian personnel may also attend on a space available basis.


Please complete this form to apply for the course.

Applications are due NO LATER THAN 29 July 2022. Admissions will be made on a rolling basis. Those interested should apply early. Applicants will be notified of their enrollment status (admitted or waitlisted) NLT 8 August  2022.

*The following organizational information is intended to capture the job you will be in August 2022 (i.e., the job making your attendance at the MJLC relevant).

 

NOTE: All fields are required unless indicated **.

 

By completing this application you certify that you are, or will be, fully vaccinated* by 8/8/2022. 

FULLY VACCINATED*:

 ≥2 weeks after the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna)

or

≥2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson (J&J)/Janssen)

 

 


DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974: AUTHORITY: 5 USC 301 PRINCIPAL PURPOSES: PREPARATION OF STUDENT RECORDS NATURE OF DISCLOSURE: VOLUNTARY ROUTINE USES: PREPARATION OF ROSTERS, CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS, ATTENDANCE RECORDS EFFECT OF NONDISCLOSURE: STUDENT RECORDS WILL BE INCOMPLETE AND INDIVIDUAL MAY NOT RECEIVE CREDIT FOR COURSE ATTENDANCE.

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