Setting Your Compass

May 2015
Reporter;2015, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p61
The article presents values to help Judge Advocate General (JAG) flourish in the U.S. It mentions that experienced paralegals can help JAG learn about the Air Force and the JAG Corps. It suggests labor-intensive activities such as reading the "Manual for Courts-Marital" cover-to-cover and to work through the leading Supreme Court cases associated with national security.


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