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13th Domestic Operational Law Course

19th Military Justice Manager's Course INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. Topics: Military Justice On-line (MJO); required reports; pretrial case evaluation and management through referral; Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention program; discovery and production, pretrial negotiations and preparation; and proper post-trial processing.

19th RC GOLO Course BY INVITATION ONLY. Acquaints senior U.S. Army Re-serve and Army National Guard officers with the legal responsibilities and issues they will en-counter.

22nd Senior Paralegal Course INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. This course provides essential Paralegal training and teaches office management techniques to U.S. Army Senior and Chief Paralegal NCOs.

24th Law for Paralegal Course INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. This course provides essential intermediate Paralegal training forArmy Paralegals.

193rd JAG Basic Officer Course

JAG 62nd Graduate Course APPROVAL REQUIRED. This course prepares career military attorneys for future service in senior Judge Advocate positions. Successful completion results in students receiving a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Military Law.

56th Military Judge Course INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. Provides military attorneys selected to serve as military judges with advanced schooling required to qualify as fulltime military judges at courts-martial.

46th ITAC INTERMEDIATE TRIAL ADVOCACY COURSE This course is offered twice a year, in November and February, and presents intermediate trial skills instruction and practical exercises covering issues regarding courts-martial, from case analysis through presentencing argument. The following areas are addressed: trial procedure; trial advocacy; professional responsibility; and topical aspects of current military law, with particular emphasis on the military rules of evidence.

Paralegal Warrior Training Course (PWTC) 2013

61st OPLOAC

Judge Advocate Officer Advanced Course (JAOAC) Registration Area

REGISTRATION SITE. The JAOAC Registration Area is designed to confirm student eligibility. Officers who believe they are eligible to enroll in the JAOAC should self-enroll here and submit eligibility verification documents pursuant to instructions provided in the Registration Area.

85th Fiscal Law Course

Criminal Law Skills Course OPEN ACCESS. A skills course that provides additional military justice training and a simulated courtroom environment in which to practice those skills.

11th Ethics Counselor Course The 11th Ethics Counselor Course provides ethics counselors and ethics counselor supervisors fundamentals for their duties as ethics counselors. The course is primarily for attorneys with little experience in standards of conduct or former ethics counselors who have been recently re-designated to provide ethics

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31st Federal Litigation Course

GC Elective - ADA - INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL THEORY (2Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADA - ADVANCED TOPICS IN

ADMINISTRATIVE AND CIVIL LAW (3Q) - 1 creditedit GC Elective - ADA - Consumer Protection Law for Supervisors (2Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADA - Family Law (2Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADA - WRITING STYLE AND COMPOSITION (2Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADA - WRITING STYLE AND COMPOSITION (3Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADA - ADVANCED LAW OF FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT (3Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADA - ADMINISTRATIVE INVESTIGATIONS (3Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADC - ADVANCED CRIMINAL LAW: DIGITAL EVIDENCE FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE (4Q) - 1 Credit GC Elective - ADC - APPELLATE ADVOCACY AND MOOT COURT (2Q) - 2 credit

GC Elective - ADC - Evidence Analysis (2Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADC - Evidence Analysis (3Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADC - Rights of the Accused (3Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADC - CRIMES AND OFFENSES (3Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADC - Teaching Trial Advocacy (3Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADC - SURVEY OF MILITARY JUSTICE (2Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADC - SURVEY OF MILITARY JUSTICE (4Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADC - Special Topics in Physical and Sexual Abuse Cases (2Q) - 1 Credit

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GC Elective - ADI - Law of Sea, Air and Space Operations (3Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADI - Advanced Topics in the Law of Armed Conflict (3Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADI - Military Operations (3Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADI - WAR CRIMES (4Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADI - Rule of Law/Security Cooperation (2Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADI - INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS (3Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADI - Introduction to National Security Law (2Q) - 1 Credit

GC Elective - ADK - Advanced Acquisitions I (3Q) - 2 Credits

GC Elective - ADK - DISPUTES AND REMEDIES I (3Q) - 1 credit

GC Elective - ADK - Advanced Fiscal Law (3Q) - 1 Credit

HIPAA Resources OPEN ACCESS. Provides Judge Advocates information on Health Information Access and Privacy.

20th WOBC INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. This course teaches newly appointed Legal Ad-ministrators the skills necessary to perform their duties.

66th Law of Federal Employment Course (LOFE) INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. This course focuses on the law of federal employment and federal labor-management relations.

NJS Online - LN Accession - MILJUS

NJS Online - LN Accession - RWU

NJS Online - Introduction to the American Legal System - USCG

Please Note: This module is part of the Coast Guard Legal Technician Course but has been made available to all users as a stand alone lesson. In order to effectively support attorneys working in many different areas of law, Coast Guard Legal Technicians should have a basic understanding of the sources of American law, the framework of the government, and its court systems. This learning module will introduce you to the following; the development of the American Legal System, the Constitution and Bill of Rights, the various parts of government, and the different court systems. This learning module is divided into four parts; reference, lesson, reading assignments, and a knowledge check assessment. You will need an 80% to pass the knowledge check and will have three attempts. Feel free to use the powerpoints and reference while you take the knowledge check.

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NJS Online - Article 32 Investigating Officer This LAWgo covers Article 32 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Article 32 requires a “thorough and impartial investigation” before every general court-martial. This LAWgo is designed to be a practical course for the Investigating Officer (IO), although any participant in an upcoming investigation may find the materials helpful. It gives a general orientation to the purpose and structure of the Article 32 investigation, from appointment of the IO, through the conduct of the hearing, and submission of the IO’s report. It is meant as a companion course to the Article 32 Investigating Officer’s Guide published by Naval Justice School. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1) Know and understand the foundational rules for the Article 32 investigation. 2) Know and understand the procedures for an Article 32 investigation.3) Know and understand the requirements for the Investigating Officer’s Report.

NJS Online - Introduction to Cyberspace Operations This is a four week course which provides an unclassified overview of Cyber Law and Cyberspace available to a majority of second and third tour judge advocates and a prerequisite to the Advanced Cyber Law Course offered by

MARFORCYBER.

NJS Online - Conferences This course will discuss Department of the Navy policies and procedures related to the organization and funding of official conferences.

NJS Online - Defending the Mentally Ill This LAWgo will introduce various topics relating to successful practices and strategies in defending an accused who may have issues with respect to

competency for trial. While aimed at defense services judge advocates with little or no experience in this area of practice, this lesson will also be a solid refresher for any judge advocate practicing military justice. The majority of this lesson focuses on the sources, case law and rules necessary to providing effective representation. Topics include: expert assistance, sanity boards, competency, negating mens rea, mental responsibility, sentencing and other relevant issues. This lesson will take 2-3 hours.

NJS Online - Estate Planning Refresher This is a four unit course on estate planning. Students MUST have access to DL Wills software to participate in this course. The course will walk through basic estate planning, to include pre-residuary trusts, residuary trusts, SGLI, DD-93, health care powers of attorney, living wills, durable financial powers of attorney and creating blended family wills. Students will engage the subject matter through a combination of practical exercises, short video lectures, and will drafting, with an anticipated work load of 2-4 hours per unit.

NJS Online - Ethics for Defense Counsel This is an introductory level course with focus on reinforcing the ethical responsibilities of a Defense Counsel (DC). The course will cover three topic areas: 1) dealing ethically with your client, 2) dealing ethically with the Court, and 3) working ethically with opposing counsel. It also highlights common mistakes made in practice and the consequences of failing in your ethical obligations.

NJS Online - Ethics for Trial Counsel This is an introductory level course which focuses on reinforcing the ethical responsibilities of a Trial counsel (TC). The course will cover three topic areas: 1) dealing ethically with your client, 2) dealing ethically with the Court, and 3) Dealing ethically with opposing counsel. It also highlights common mistakes made in practice and the consequences of failing in your ethical obligations.

NJS Online - First Amendment Issues This course will discuss the Religious Accomodation in the Military.

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NJS Online - Fundraising This course will discuss Navy policies and procedures related to fundraising by DoD personnel.

NJS Online - Gifts

NJS Online - Overview of Government Ethics

NJS Online - Hearsay Overview This course provides a general overview of hearsay.

NJS Online - HIPAA This course provides an overview of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 for the military.

NJS Online - Impeachment By Prior Inconsistent Statement This course provides a general overview of impeachment by prior inconsistent statements, focusing on M.R.E. 613.

NJS Online - Introduction to Military Justice - USCG Please Note: This module is part of the Coast Guard Legal Technician Course but has been made available to all users as a stand alone lesson. While the civilian and military justice systems share many similarities, it is important that a Coast Guard Legal Technician understand the very distinct differences between the two. This learning module will provide you with a brief overview of the military justice system, the sources of law for the military justice system, the different types of courts-martial, and introduce you to the different individual roles within the system. This learning module is divided into four parts; references, lesson, reading assignments, and a knowledge check assessment. You will need an 80% to pass the knowledge check and will have three attempts. Feel free to use the powerpoints and references while you take the knowledge check.

NJS Online - Law of The Sea This four-week course begins with a primer on the law of the sea and then moves into more advanced topics to include excessive maritime claims with exploration of the current tension in the South China Sea, the law of naval mining, and will conclude with anti-piracy operations. Instructors will include current and former professors from the Naval War College - Professor Raul (Pete) Pedrozo, Professor Sean Henseler, and CDR James Kraska, USN, JAGC. Students will learn about these topics through a combination of self-paced study, recorded lectures, academic articles, and exams.

NJS Online - LN Mid-Level INSTRUCTOR APPROVED: This four-week online course is designed to increase the skill and professional efficiency of military paralegals of the Department of the Navy. Specific areas of instruction include freedom of

expression, search and seizure, absence offenses, Freedom of Information Act, legal assistance, charge sheet preparation, and adminstrative separations. Prerequisites: This course is open to second-tour Legalmen in paygrades E-5 and E-6.

NJS Online - LOS Excessive Maritime Claims This LAWgo is a 2-3 hours course covering Excessive Maritime Claims with a case study of the South China Sea and China's claims.

NJS Online - LOS Piracy This LAWgo will be a 2-3 hour course covering LOS regarding Piracy with a focus on the Horn of Africa, Somalia, Gulf of Aden, and Bab el Mandeb.

NJS Online - Law of Sea Primer This course introduces students to the basic authorities governing the law of the sea.

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NJS Online - Military Bands This course will discuss Department of the Navy policies regarding the utilization of Military Bands.

NJS Online - Military Birthday Balls This course will discuss Department of the Navy policies and procedures regarding the planning, funding, and operation of annual birthday ball events. NJS Online - MRE 201 - Judicial Notice This LAWgo will provide a basic refresher to the rules governing Judicial notice of

adjudicative facts during a case. This is not intended as a full course of instruction, but will provide a foundation for further training on the basic

requirements for and correct usage of judicial notice. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1) Know what types of facts can be judicially notices under the rule. 2) Understand the basic requirements for requesting judicial notice. 3) Identify issues associated with litigation involving Judicial Notice.

NJS Online - MRE 702 & 703 Working with Experts This LAWgo will provide a basic refresher to the rules governing the qualifications and uses for experts during a case. This is not intended as a full course of instruction, but will provide a foundation for further training on the correct usage, proper acquisition, and effective direct and cross examination of expert testimony. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1) Know the rules about obtaining and presenting experts. 2) Understand the basic differences between expert

“consultants” and “witnesses” and the uses for each. 3) Identify issues associated with litigation involving expert consultants and witnesses.

NJS Online - Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (MSRRA)

This course will outline the protections afforded to military spouses under the MSRRA, and provide practical guidance for invoking those protections.

NJS Online - Multi-Week Survey INVITATION ONLY: This is a three month follow up survey course for the Naval Justice School's multi-week instruction.

NJS Online - Naval Mining This LAWgo is a 2-3 hours course and provides an overview of the legal aspects of Naval Mining with special emphasis on Iran and the Straits of Hormuz.

NJS Online - Non-Federal Entities and Outside Activities This course will discuss Navy policies and procedures for interacting with Non-Federal Entities, as well as the rules for personnel engaged in activities outside of DoD.

NJS Online - NJP for the Staff Judge Advocate This course will discuss the rules governing Article 15 hearings and Non-Judicial Punishment, and the SJA's role in the process.

NJS Online - Notary Certification Process This self-paced course contains the training necessary to complete the Navy's notary certification requirements. To obtain certification, students must score at least a 75 on the assessment. You will have two opportunities to pass the assessment, and you may use any resource you like in taking the test.

NJS Online - OJAG Organizational Structure Overview This course is a prerequisite for attendance of the O-4 Leader Development Course. This period of instruction will give you a brief overview of the organizational structure of The Office of the Judge Advocate General of the United States Navy.

NJS Online - Personal Commercial Solicitation This course will discuss Department of the Navy policies and procedures related to solicitation by private entities on board Navy installations.

NJS Online - Political Activities This course will discuss Department of the Navy policies related to political activities on DoD installations, as well as personal activities of active-duty and civilian personnel.

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NJS Online - Post Trial Procedure This four-week course focuses on building a foundational knowledge of the post-trial process, covering matters occurring after post-trial through the submission of the Convening Authority’s Action. It also highlights common mistakes made in practice. The course is intended for junior attorneys and paralegals, but will also serve as a refresher for those who currently have post-trial duties. Students will learn the material through a combination of self-paced study and written

assignments.

NJS Online - Introduction to UCMJ Punitive Articles - USCG Please Note: This module is part of the Coast Guard Legal Technician Course but has been made available to all users as a stand alone lesson. As a Coast Guard Legal Technician, it is important to understand the purpose and function of the punitive articles within the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). This learning module will give you a brief overview of the punitive articles and explain the format of these articles. The learning module will also give you an overview of the most commonly violated articles, and introduce you to Article 134 - the

general article. This learning module is divided into four parts; references, lesson, reading assignments, and a knowledge check assessment. You will need an 80% to pass the knowledge check and will have three attempts. Feel free to use the powerpoints and references while you take the knowledge check.

NJS Online - Rules of Engagement

NJS Online - Introduction to the Rules of Engagement This LAWgo is an Introduction to the Rules of Engagement. It requires that you review the reading material and view five presentations. The estimated time to complete the course is 2 - 3 hours.

NJS Online - Suicide Awareness for the Defense Counsel

NJS Online - SA-IDA This LAWgo provides a basic refresher to Sexual Assault Initial Disposition Authorities (SA-IDA). This provides a foundation for understanding the fundamentals. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1) Understand the main purpose of SA-IDA. 2) Understand the basic duties of SA-IDA. 3) Understand the process and roles of trial counsel, staff judge advocates, and commands.

NJS Online - SAPR JAG This LAWgo provides a basic update to SAPR-JAG training and a foundation for understanding the fundamentals. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1.

Understand recent changes to the SAPR Program 2. Become familiar with restricted reporting updates 3. Understand access to Assistance 4. Understand documentation issues 5. Understand expedited transfer 6. Become familiar with new Article 120 7. Understand Sexual Assault Initial Disposition Authority 8. Understand Professional Responsibility implications

NJS Online - Search and Seizure - The Basics This LAWgo provides a basic refresher to the Military Rules of Evidence and related case law governing search and seizure. This is not intended as a full course of instruction, but will provide a foundation for further instruction on the topic. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1) Know the parts of the Fourth

Amendment Framework. 2) Understand the concept of probable cause and how it applies to search authorizations. 3) Understand the difference between a valid inspection and a subterfuge for a search.

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NJS Online - Sexual Assault - Initial Disposition Authority This block of instruction provides a basic overview of the Sexual Assault – Initial Disposition Authority (SA-IDA) requirements for the Navy and the Marine Corps. This course will review the limitations put in place on O-5 commanders and will emphasize which offenses must be forwarded to the SA-IDA for disposition. After using this LAWgo, you should: 1) Understand which offenses cannot be disposed of by an O-5 commander and which ones must be forwarded to the SA-IDA; 2) Understand the key differences between the Navy and Marine Corps SA-IDA withholding requirements.”

NJS Online - Ethics for the SJA Part I This is a four-week, introductory level examination of ethics issues that attorneys routinely encounter while serving as Staff Judge Advocates (SJAs) or command services attorneys. Students will engage the subject matter through a combination of assigned reading, short video lectures, and discussion board participation, with an anticipated work load of two (2) to four (4) hours per week. The course is primarily intended for Judge Advocates currently serving in or transitioning to designated Ethics Counselor billets, or working in support of a designated Ethics Counselor. It will serve as a building block for future online ethics courses of instruction.

NJS Online - Ethics for the SJA Part II This is a four-week, examination of ethics issues that attorneys routinely

encounter while serving as Staff Judge Advocates (SJAs) or command services attorneys. The second in a two-part series of online instruction, this course builds on the foundational instruction provided in Ethics for the SJA I, which included a general overview of government ethics rules and addressed the role of the Ethics Counselor. The present course is primarily intended for Judge Advocates

currently serving in or transitioning to designated Ethics Counselor billets, or working in support of a designated Ethics Counselor. Students will engage the subject matter through a combination of assigned reading, short video lectures, and discussion board participation, with an anticipated work load of two (2) to four (4) hours per week.

NJS Online - Testimonial Hearsay

NJS Online - Travel and the Use of MILAIR This course will discuss Department of the Navy policies and procedures related to official travel and the use of military air.

NJS Online - Introduction to Article 31, UCMJ - USCG Please Note: This module is part of the Coast Guard Legal Technician Course but has been made available to all users as a stand alone lesson. As a Coast Guard Legal Technician, it is important to understand the purpose and function of Article 31 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). More specifically, knowing the importance of Article 31(b) rights and the effects these rights can have on a case can prove to be invaluable to your legal office. This learning module will give you a brief overview of Article 31, UCMJ and additional sources of law that work hand in hand with it. In addition, this lesson will introduce you to when these rights must be read, who must warn of these rights, and procedures to follow when these rights are invoked. This learning module is divided into four parts; references, lesson, reading assignments, and a knowledge check

assessment. You will need an 80% to pass the knowledge check and will have three attempts. Feel free to use the powerpoints and references while you take the knowledge check.

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NJS Online - Introduction to Jurisdiction - USCG Please Note: This module is part of the Coast Guard Legal Technician Course but has been made available to all users as a stand alone lesson. As a Coast Guard Legal Technician, it is important to understand the importance of

jurisdiction in the military justice system. Before moving forward with any form of military justice it is critical to ensure there is jurisdiction over both the offense and the accused. This learning module will provide you with a brief overview of jurisdiction which will include explaining the types of jurisdiction, when jurisdiction commences, when jurisdiction is terminated, and an explanation of jurisdiction over members previously tried by civilian authorities. This learning module is divided into four parts; references, lesson, reading assignments, and a knowledge check assessment. You will need an 80% to pass the knowledge check and will have three attempts. Feel free to use the powerpoints and references while you take the knowledge check.

NJS Online - Introduction to Legal References - USCG Please Note: This module is part of the Coast Guard Legal Technician Course but has been made available to all users as a stand alone lesson. Knowing how to use legal references is one of the keys to success for a U.S. Coast Guard Legal Technician. This learning module is designed to introduce you to the common legal references that are utilized in the U.S. Coast Guard Military Justice system. You will receive a brief overview of the Manual for Courts-Martial, Military Justice Manual, and also learn how to cite these references. This learning module is divided into four parts; references, lesson, reading assignments, and a

knowledge check assessment. You will need an 80% to pass the knowledge check and will have three attempts. Feel free to use the powerpoints and references while you take the knowledge check.

NJS Online - Use of Force USCG This course covers USCG authorites and policy for use of force at sea.

NJS Online - Use of Government Resources

2nd Brigade Leader Course

2013 SJA BY INVITATION ONLY. This course hones the skills of newly selected Staff Judge Advocates and Deputy Staff Judge Advocates in the areas of legal, leadership, and management topics enabling them to effectively lead a military legal office.

Special Victim Counsel Continuing Education Site The Special Victim Counsel Course is designed to train Special Victim Counsel in their scope of duties, responsibilities, and representation of adult sexual assault victims within the military justice system. The course will prepare judge advocates to interview, assist, and advocate for victims of sexual assault. Topics covered include professional responsibility, military justice process, Article 120, Military Rules of Evidence, victim services, and post-trial processes.

USAR On-Site - Heartland Region 2013 INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. USAR annual onsite training. Topics vary by year and region.

USAR On-Site - Western Region 2013

38th ALMO

Judge Advocate Officer Advanced Course (JAOAC), Resident Phase II

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Judge Advocate Officer Advanced Course (JAOAC), Phase I, Class 2012

INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL. This course focuses on general areas of military law that field-grade Judge Advocates in the Reserve Components are likely to encounter and qualifies Reserve Component Judge Advocates to serve as field grade officersc.

2014 Comptrollers Accreditation and Fiscal Law Course Class 02

OPEN ACCESS. The only online course that meets the mandatory training requirements for the Army's Comptrollers Accreditation Program for CP11 and FA45 personnel. Prepares students to meet the needs of a general military attorney, contracting officer, resource manager, or practitioner serving a Brigade Combat Team or higher echelon, installation, or agency.

2012 Contract Attorney's Instruction OPEN ACCESS. Provides instruction to junior DoD contract attorneys regarding the basic legal concepts pertaining to the authority of the government and its personnel to enter into contracts.

Legal Administrator JATSOC INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. Familiarizes Legal Administrators with the tactical staff officer skills necessary to function effectively as part of a tactical-level staff.

Legal Administrator JATSOC Recycle Course APPROVAL REQUIRED. Course available upon approval to Judge Advocates that failed to complete JATSOC in the required 2 years.

JATSOC Elective OPEN ACCESS. Self-paced version of the staff course junior Judge Advocates are required to complete. Non-credit producting course. Does not satisfy legal educational requirements.

192nd JATSOC APPROVAL REQUIRED. Familiarizes Judge Advocates (JA) with the tactical staff officer skills necessary to function effectively as part of a tactical-level staff.

JATSOC (Recycle) 2014 APPROVAL REQUIRED. Course available upon approval to Judge Advocates that failed to complete JATSOC in the required 2 years.

Judge Advocate Officer Advanced Course (JAOAC), Phase I, 2014

***Please note that enrollment in this course is limited to JA officers (MOS 27A) in grades CPT through MAJ, who are graduates of the Judge Advocate Officer's Basic Course (JAOBC) and the Judge Advocate Tactical Staff Officer's Course (JATSOC), and who have a minimum of two or more years of commissioned service. In preparation for enrollment, please locate your JAOBC Academic Evaluation Report (DA Form 1059) and your JATSOC completion certificate and have ready to submit upon enrollment.***

Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC)

Pre-Deployment Immersive Enviornment (PIE)

Professional Responsibility for the Army's JAG Corps OPEN ACCESS. Provides students current and relevant materials on Professional Responsibility.

24th Legal Administrator Course

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15th JAWOAC

2013 WWCLE BY INVITATION ONLY. The annual strategic leadership and planning course of The Judge Advocate General.

230th SOLO

27D Advanced Leaders Course 006-13 INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. Advanced Paralegal Course that emphasizes skills required to be a successful Leader in the Judge Advocate General's Corps.

27D Senior Leaders Course SLC F01-14 INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED. Senior Paralegal Course that emphasizes skills required to be a successful Senior Leader in the Judge Advocate General's Corps.

Pre-ALC/SLC Registration Area REGISTRATION SITE. The Pre-ALC/SLC Registration Area is designed to confirm student eligibility. Soldiers who believe they are eligible to enroll in the pre-course should self-enroll here and submit eligibility verification documents pursuant to instructions provided in the Registration Area.

27D Advanced Individual Training Class 006-14 COURSE SCOPE: Nonjudicial punishment, pretrial and post-trial procedures for summary, special, general courts-martial and administrative separations, claims and legal automation plus an FTX.

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