The Military Law Society Presents: JAG Panel 2011

The Military Law Society will host a JAG (Judge Advocate General) Panel consisting of Captains, Majors, and Lt. Colonels (8+ years of experience) talking about how law students can become a JAG Corps officer and what life as a JAG Corps officer is like.  A JAG Officer is a military officer who serves in the military as a lawyer.


When: January 28th, 12:30pm-1:30pm

Where: Room A110

Who: All 5 branches of the military – Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy.

What are some of the benefits of being a JAG Officer?

– Full medical/dental.

– You can retire when your 40 with a full pension for life.

– 30 days paid vacation.

– Job Security.

– Feeling of satisfaction that you are doing something good serving your country.

– Well-paid, rivaling private industry jobs.

– Gain unparalleled work experience, that will transfer to future job prospects within and without the military.