RESERVE COMPONENT GENERAL OFFICER LEGAL ORIENTATION (RC GOLO) IS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS!
The Reserve Component Legal Orientation Course is designed to acquaint Reserve Component general officers with the legal responsibilities and issues commonly faced by division, installation, and other major activity commanders. Click HERE for additional information.
2017 CRIMINAL LAW DESKBOOK IS POSTED!
The 2017 version the Criminal Law Deskbook (Practicing Military Justice) is posted in the LCS Publications area. Click Here to go to the Criminal Law Department Publications.
LAW OF FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT COURSE IS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS!
The Law of Federal Employment course is now attended BY INVITATION ONLY. This course is primarily designed to be a basic employment law course for 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 employment law experience. Paralegals and legal administrators who provide legal support to employment law attorneys may also apply. Click HERE to apply!
The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS) seeks to be the premier legal institution in the federal government, providing legal education, strategic planning, and collection and integration of lessons learned for the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAGC), as well as the DoD legal community. TJAGLCS develops capabilities and doctrine for the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAGC).
Located on the North Grounds of the University of Virginia, in the heart of historic Charlottesville, Virginia, TJAGLCS capitalizes on access to the world-class facilities of a major public university to provide exceptional service to not only the Army JAGC, but also to members of our sister services, as well as Army, DoD, and other national leaders who attend our courses and visit our institution.